HR activists condemn lockdown in IOK.


LAHORE -- Human Rights (HR) activists on Friday condemned lockdown and detention of thousand of youth and minors by troops in Indian Occupied Kashmir (IOK), which entered the 89th day on Friday.

Talking to reporter, Human Rights Commission of Pakistan (HRCP) activist and official Irfan Mufti, while responding to a statement, issued by the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, said that lockdown could not deter Kashmiris from getting their independence.

He said that Kashmiris continously were facing gross human rights violations at the hands of the Indian forces deployed in the Valley.

Tahira Habib, another noted HR activist, said that...

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