November, 30, 2023
Indian Army Accused in Kashmir, Protests Follow

Indian Army Accused in Kashmir, Protests Follow

Infostani Sources-  The All-Party Hurriyat Conference accuses India of committing grave human rights violations in the illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, stating that security forces martyred youths in Kulgam and Rajouri districts. The Indian Army, currently occupying Kashmir, persists in acts of state terrorism. As reported by Kashmir Media Service, six additional Kashmiris lost their lives in the districts of Kulgam and Rajouri due to the actions of the occupying Indian Army. The report specifies that the Indian Army, under the pretext of a siege, carried out the extrajudicial killings of Kashmiri youth.

Detailed information reveals that on Thursday night. The Indian Army initiated a search operation in the K Lagam district of Jannat Nazir Valley. Which continued into the following day. During this operation, the army conducted house searches and subjected citizens to torture. The occupying Indian army carried out indiscriminate firing at a house, resulting in the immediate martyrdom of three Kashmiri youths. Subsequently, two more youths lost their lives within a few hours. The identified martyred individuals include Sameer Ahmed Sheikh, Danish Ahmed, Hanzullah Yaqub, Obaid Ahmed, and Sir Butt.

Indian Army Accused in Kashmir, Protests Follow

Protests Erupt in Kashmir Amid Allegations of Indian Army Brutality and Rights Violations

Meanwhile, in Rajouri district, the occupying Indian army arrested a Kashmiri youth and subjected him to brutal torture, leading to his demise in the army’s torture cell. Someone dumped the young man’s body in a deserted area, showing visible signs of torture all over. The process of identifying the youth is currently underway.

Zealous and brave Kashmiris actively protested against the Indian Army following the martyrdom of six Kashmiri youths. They raised slogans in favor of Kashmir’s freedom struggle. The All-Party Hurriyat Conference asserted that India is actively committing serious violations of human rights in the occupied territory. The spokesperson, in a statement issued in Srinagar, expressed regret that India persists in its illegal occupation of Jammu and Kashmir, employing more than 1 million army personnel, a biased judiciary, and a sectarian media.

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