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World leaders who spoke about Indian Atrocities in Kashmir

World leaders who spoke about Indian Atrocities in Kashmir

Canadian leader of the New Democratic Party Jagmeet Singh also condemned the same.

“The Indian government shut down telephones, cellphone communication, and blocked media. Anywhere in the world, if the cellphones are being blocked, the telephones are being shut down, and the media is not allowed to go there, I can assure you, there are human rights violations going on,” he said.

SIMLA AGREEMENT – The final attempt to occupy JK forever

SIMLA AGREEMENT – The final attempt to occupy JK forever

That the pre-requisite for reconciliation, good neighbourliness and durable peace between them is a commitment by both the countries to peaceful co-existence, respect for each other’s territorial integrity and sovereignty and non-interference in each other’s internal affairs, on the basis of equality and mutual benefit;

US lawmakers  demanded to Allow international human rights observers, media to access Kashmir

US lawmakers demanded to Allow international human rights observers, media to access Kashmir

Pressing upon Pompeo to tell the Indian government “to immediately lift the communications blackout and adhere to international human rights standards in Jammu & Kashmir”, they give instances of how amidst communications blackout there are “increasingly disturbing reports of human rights abuses.”

The fact-finding report accuses Indian Army of committing atrocities in Kashmir, demands inquiry

The fact-finding report accuses Indian Army of committing atrocities in Kashmir, demands inquiry

The team visited Srinagar and several villages in the districts of Shopian, Pulwama and Bandipora. Their report incorporates eyewitness accounts of the restrictions imposed on the people since the Centre’s abrogation of Article 370 of the Indian constitution which granted autonomy to Jammu and Kashmir. The names of the eyewitnesses were changed to protect their identities.