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HRCP urges UN and world parliaments to help stop genocide of Kashmiris

HRCP urges UN and world parliaments to help stop genocide

HRCP urges UN and world parliaments to help stop genocide of Kashmiris in IIOJ&K (Indian illegally occupied Kashmir).

Human Rights Commission of Pakistan’s office bearers, including its Secretary General Haris Khalique made this appeal.

HRCP urges UN and world parliaments to help stop genocide

They expressed these views, while reacting to Indian forces’ unprecedented human rights violations in the held valley.

HRCP further asked the world to stand against the Indian crimes.

Moreover, they said that the oppressed Kashmiris are not only being denied their inalienable right to self-determination for over seven decades but they are also facing gruesome atrocities.

They further said since 5 August 2019, Kashmiris are enduring the worst form of human rights violations.

HRCP said that their sufferings have increased manifolds in the wake of coronavirus pandemic.

Pakistan and AJK all set to observe Kashmir Solidarity Day on Feb 5.

Like across Pakistan, people in Azad Jammu & Kashmir are also preparing for the day.

The largest expatriates lake district of Mirpur also witnessed preparations.

Pakistani nation observes Kashmir Solidarity Day on February 5 to reiterate complete solidarity with the brethren of Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu & Kashmir (IIOJK).

India has kept bulk part of the internationally-acknowledged disputed Himalayan state in her illegal and forcible occupation.

Lamentably, India squats the land against the aspirations wishes of the people of the state.

GTV

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