UN asked to place sanctions on India for its war crimes in IIOJK

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Modi-led India has stepped up its state terrorism in occupied Jammu and Kashmir particularly after 5 August 2019 when the regime revoked Kashmir’s special status, and placed the territory under an undeclared martial law.

A Srinagar-based civil society organization spokesman requesting anonymity informed Kashmir Media Service that Indian troops are blatantly involved in war crimes in the occupied territory where innocent youth are massacred extra-judicially— in custody and in fake encounters. The spokesman cited the recent killing of a mentally unsounded AJK resident Tabarak Hussain as just one example.

Modi regime’s actions in IIOJK, he added, can well be defined as genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes as per international law. He pointed out that these Indian crimes are a challenge to the global community.

The civil rights body spokesman called for bringing Modi and his henchmen to book for war crimes against innocent Kashmiris, and asked the UN to place sanctions on India for violating of international laws in occupied Jammu and Kashmir.—KMS

 

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