‘No durable peace, stability in IIOJK without Kashmir solution’

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Durable peace and stability in Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK) cannot be achieved without resolution of the lingering Kashmir dispute.

Everyday killings have debunked Modi regime’s normalcy narrative in IIOJK and return of normalcy mantra fly directly in the face of Indian regime in the wake of civilian killings in the occupied territory, said a report released by the KMS, today.

It said daily killings and fear among the Kashmiris belie Modi regime’s normalcy claims as 32 innocent Kashmiris were killed in the just concluding month of May in Kashmir, adding Indian claims of returning normalcy to IIOJK is nothing but a cruel joke.

The report said the Indian false propaganda is aimed at misleading the world and the Modi regime is trying to distort truth and twist facts to promote its false narrative on Kashmir. India tries to paint the picture that all is well in IIOJK but the fact is that all is against normal there, it added.

The report maintained that India’s denial of right to self-determination to Kashmiris is the main hurdle in the way of peaceful and stable South Asia and the Kashmiri people must be granted the opportunity to decide their own future to establish normalcy in militarized Kashmir.—KMS