World should take notice of deployment of 38,000 more troops in IOK: Malik

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Islamabad

Chairman Senate Standing Committee on Interior, Senator A. Rehman Malik expressing serious concern over reports of deployment of additional 38,000 troops in India-held Kashmir and use of cluster ammunition to target the civilian population in Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) has urged in the international community to take notice.
In a statement issued here on Saturday, Rehman Malik said that use of cluster ammunition to target the civilian population is violation of the Geneva Convention and international human rights laws. He said that PM Narendra Modi is also intended to change the constitutional status of the disputed territory by carrying out delimitation.
He urged the government of Pakistan to take up the issue of use of cluster ammunition, delimitation and deployment of extra forces in Indian Occupied Kashmir with United Nations that the ugly face of India could be exposed before the world. He has also called upon the international community and human rights organizations to take the notice of Indian Forces aggressions in Indian Occupied Kashmir.
The Chairman Senate Standing Committee on Interior said that the new deployment of extra military is part of the Modi’s anti Kashmir Doctrine duly assisted by his National Security Advisor adding that India will use these troops for ethnic cleansing of Kashmiris by torture, repressions and mass killings in Kashmir. He said that it is more likely that the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi once again engineer any self-inflicted incident of terror through RAW that Kashmiris could be blamed for it and could justify its brutalities in the name of so-called operations.
Senator Rehman Malik said that it should be worrying for International Community that instead of accepting the mediation offer from US President Donald Trump, India has deployed additional heavy troops in Kashmir and has started use of cluster ammunition to avert Kashmiris legitimate right of self-determination duly accepted by United Nations.
The Chairman Senate Standing Committee on Interior further stated that by this new deployment, the India wanted to give a strong message to President Donald Trump that India has no respect for him.—INP

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