Chairman Kashmir Council Europe (KC-EU) Mr Ali Raza Syed called upon government of Pakistan to initiate an extra ordinary meeting of United Nation Security Council (UNSC) on the severe situation of human right in Indian Held Kashmir (IHK).
In a statement condemning the a large scale human right violations by the Indian security forces, Mr Ali Raza Syed said, Indian forces’ brutal activities in IHK are out of limit now.
The forces which have already used many ruthless methods for their crimes in IHK, has recently started to run military vehicles over the peaceful the people of occupied Jammu and Kashmir.
There is an example of the incident that one out of Two Youths who were injured after a CRPF vehicle ran over them in Old city of Srinagar district on Friday, has lost his battle with life and Succumbed to his injuries at SKIMS Hospital Srinagar. The martyred youth has been identified as Kaisar Ahmed resident of Fathekadel Srinagar. Another Youth who was injured is namely Mohammad Younis from Dalgate area of Srinagar.
Ali Raza Syed said, killing the innocent people by hitting them by vehicle is a latest brutal method of atrocities against the people of Jammu and Kashmir. Earlier, the Indian forces have used different other methods like use of pellet gun, fake encounters, abduction, rape, extra judicial killing of the youth and burying them in unnamed graves and etc.
Chairman Kashmir Council EU said, we are collecting the records of the Indian aggressions against the people of Jammu and Kashmir. These are cruel crimes committed by the Indian troops against the people of occupied Kashmir and we shall bring these criminals of war to the justice.
He also warned the puppet regime in IHK and said, occupied state government is equally responsible for violation of human rights in IHK.
Chairman KC-EU asked international community specially international bodies like UN and EU and major powers like, U.S., China and Russiato play their influential role in order to prevent human rights violations in IHK and bring all concerned parties to a peaceful settlement of the problem.