Posters draw world’s attention towards Indian state terrorism in IIOJK

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On the eve of World Human Rights Day, posters appeared in different areas of Indian illegally occu-pied Jammu and Kashmir, today, drawing the atten-tion of the world towards Indian state terrorism in the territory.

Every year Human Rights Day is celebrated on December 10 all around the world. The United Na-tions General Assembly had adopted and proclaimed the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) on December 10 in 1948.

The posters were displayed by Jammu and Kashmir Sadai-e-Mazloon, JK Justice and Peace Initiatives and several other groups in Srinagar and other areas on the massive human rights violations by Indian troops in the territory.

The posters, containing the pictures of victims of the Indian state terrorism and political prisoners lan-guishing in different jails, drew the attention of the international human rights organizations towards the massive human rights abuses by India in the territory. They said, people in IIOJK are being deprived of fundamental rights, including the right to self-determination.

The posters deplored that the Indian troops were killing innocent Kashmiris, particularly youth, in the so-called cordon and search operations and fake encounters and even they were not handing over the bodies to the heirs for proper burial. They said the human rights activists are being arrested without any justification and are lodged in jails of India.

The posters urged the international community to take notice of the Indian state terrorism in IIOJK and play role in settling the lingering Kashmir dispute in accordance with the United Nations resolutions and aspirations of the Kashmiri people.—KMS