Four more Kashmiris martyred in IOJK due to Indian state terrorism

Four more Kashmiris martyred in IOJK

Four more Kashmiris martyred in IOJK due to Indian state terrorism.

Indian troops martyred four more Kashmiri youth in Shopian district, today [Monday].

Four more Kashmiris martyred in IOJK

Killing toll raised to 9 in the past twenty-four hours.

In their fresh act of state terrorism, Indian troops killed youth during a cordon and search operation in Pinjoora area of the district.

Five youth embraced martyrdom the troops in the same area, yesterday.

The authorities also suspended all mobile internet services in the district.

On the other hand, All Parties Hurriyet Conference leaders and of other organizations have issued statements on the latest situation.

In separate statements, they have sought world especially United Nations’ intervention on urgent basis to stop bloodshed in the territory.

They expressed grave concern over stepped-up  Indian forces’ human rights violations and wanton killing of Kashmiri youth

They said systematic killing of Kashmiri youth by Indian forces is part of India’s nefarious design to alter demography of the disputed territory.

Earthlier, fifteen members of European Parliament called upon European Commission to immediately intervene over alarming human rights violations in IOJK.

Meanwhile, Chairman of Tehreek-e-Hurriyat Jammu and Kashmir, Muhammad Ashraf Sehrai said Kashmiris want the solution to Kashmir dispute on the basis of right to self-determination.

Furthermore, he cited relevant resolutions of United Nations also envisaged Kashmiris right to self determination.

In the media interview in Srinagar, Sahrai said that if any talks held on Kashmir, we would still want a solution to the dispute.

Senate of Pakistan also unanimously adopted  a resolution to condemn Indian crimes in Occupied Kashmir.


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