Senate unanimously condemn extra judicial killing of 13 Kashmiris in IOJK (India-occupied Jammu and Kashmir).
The Senate today passed a resolution unanimously.
It expressed serious concerns over Indian barbaric atrocities and human rights violations in occupied Jammu and Kashmir.
Senate unanimously condemn extra judicial killing
Leader of Opposition Raja Zafarul Haq moved the resolution.
Senate strongly condemned the extra judicial killing of thirteen unarmed Kashmiris in occupied territory the other day.
It demanded immediate action from the UN Secretary General.
The resolution declared fullest support to the cause of plebiscite in occupied Jammu and Kashmir.
Moreover, it underlined plebiscite as the only peaceful and democratic way of solving this burning issue.
The house will now meet on Monday at four pm.
Unfortunately, Indian troops had killed 21 Kashmiris including two young boys during the last May 2020.
‘Under PM Modi-led BJP government, India continues to kill Kashmiris in June too.
Meanwhile, Indian government is facing worldwide condemnation.
The MEPs said the struggle for control over the region has led to a great number of civilian deaths and displaced people.
They further said it is extremely regrettable that India had been inverting this trend under the impact of an ever increasing Hindu nationalist grip on society and politics.
Meanwhile, Clampdown on press freedom in India has alarmed UN rights chief Michelle Bachelet.
India sent thousands of additional troops to the disputed region, imposed a crippling curfew, shut down telecommunications and internet and arrested political leaders.
The Indian govt also imposed a nine months long military lockdown, thereby threatening the negotiation process.