Islamabad: Appreciating the report of the Observer of the UN Human Rights Council Margrat Sakagaya on the Occupied Kashmir, Chairman Parliamentary Kashmir Committee Maulana Fazl ur Rahman has urged the United Nations and the world community to pressure India to stop human rights violations perpetrated by the Indian security forces in the Indian held Kashmir.
The Chairman Kashmir Committee said that the Observer of United Nations Human Rights Council has confirmed the atrocities Indian was inflicting on the hapless Kashmir’s. There can be no any more authentic document in the matter.
Therefore, it is bounden duty of the United Nations to implement the report of its representative and compel India to stop human rights violations in the occupied Kashmir. Over seven hundred thousand Indian security forces deployed in the occupied territory have unleashed a reign of terror there with the support of the black laws.
The Kashmir’s are being killed, their properties destroyed and women raped. Now, thousands of mass graves have also been discovered. Therefore, there should not be any doubt in this regard. He observed, the subject report is a mere indication, a tip of iceberg, as a foreigner like the Observer of UN visits occupied Kashmir, he just passes a few days there and due to many administrative reasons he can’t discover all the atrocities.
Maulana Fazl ur Rahman said, India is killing Kashmir’s since 1947. However, the world powers are silent spectators. They can compel India to stop it, if they so desire. However, America is silent on the killings of the Kashmir’s, though Jammu and Kashmir is an internationally recognized disputed territory; but America is discussing Baluchistan in its parliamentary hearings, although, it is an integral part of Pakistan.
It is clearly an interference in the internal matters of Pakistan, which no respectable nation can accept. Other countries should stop meddling in Baluchistan. He said, USA has incriminated Dr. Ghulam Nabi Fai to please India, otherwise he was just projecting the Kashmir issue in the States.
The Chairman Kashmir Committee said that the report of the UN Observer was a test case for the United Nations as well as the world community. Since, it is an authentic document, the United Nations and world community should come forward and compel India to stop human rights violations in the Occupied Kashmir.
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