Will the world stay silent over genocide in Kashmir? PM

By Shiraz Shaikh - Web Editor

15th August, 2019

In a tweet Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that Kashmir is under curfew for 12 consecutive days. Already highly militarized zone is witnessing another mass troop deployment in Kashmir.

With no communications and total lockdown of the valley, will the world stay silent over genocide in Kashmir?

PM also said that India is sending RSS goons in Kashmir. Modi’s actions in Kashmir are similar to genocide of Muslims in Gujrat.

Is the world waiting to witness another episode of Muslim genocide and Srebrenica event, PM asked in the tweet?

PM said that if the world does not act and allowed this impeding genocide, the repercussions of this would be worst. There will be strong reaction from the Muslim world.

There will be new wave of extremism in the region. I want UN to take actions against Indian aggression in Kashmir, PM added.

United Nations Human Rights Commission (UNHRC) spokesperson Rupert Colville has said that lockdown in Kashmir could spread human rights violations in region.

Rupert Colville said that human rights violations in Kashmir by India are of grave concerns. Such actions can make human rights more troublesome in the region.

India has imposed sanctions on Kashmir parliament as well. With such actions Kashmiri leaders and local population are unable to participate in democratic political process, he added.

According to the international human rights laws, such actions are in violation of basic human rights, Rupert Colville added.

No information coming out of occupied Kashmir is concerning, he said.

Rupert Colville further added that in a report published on 8 July 2018, we have highlighted human rights violations by Indian government in Kashmir.

In the report it is mentioned that to counter dissent from Kashmiri people, Indian government lockdown the valley and closes all communication channels.

Indian administration has jailed many of the opposition leadership in Kashmir. Disproportionate use of force is also done against protestors.

Many of the protestors are injured due to use of brute force and many get killed under arrest, the report mentioned.


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