Pakistan strongly condemned the extrajudicial killings of four other Kashmiris by the Indian occupation forces in Illegally Indian Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK), calling on the world to hold the neighbor accountable for his gross and systematic violations.
In a statement released Tuesday, the Foreign Office (FO) said that since October 1, at least 25 Kashmiris have been martyred in mock encounters and so-called “cordon and search operations” by Indian forces.
“Extrajudicial killings, illegal detentions, daily harassment and restrictions on fundamental freedoms continue to be the norm at the IIOJK,” FO said.
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The statement further states that India must understand that no amount of systematic brutality, widespread use of force and brutal repression can quell Kashmir’s indigenous struggle.
“Pakistan has shared with the international community a comprehensive dossier containing compelling evidence of human rights violations and Indian war crimes at the IIOJK,” the press release said.
The FO also called on the world to hold India accountable for its gross human rights violations in the IIOJK.
“The Indian government must allow international human rights and humanitarian organizations and United Nations special mandate holders unimpeded access to the IIOJK to conduct independent investigations and allow the inhabitants of the occupied territory to exercise their rights. right to self-determination, as enshrined in United Nations Security Council resolutions, “the statement added.