India turned bleeding IOJK into prison of humanity: AJK PM.


MIRPUR (AJK) -- Azad Jammu and Kashmir Prime Minster Raja Muhammad Farooq Haider Khan said that India had turned the bleeding Indian occupied Jammu Kashmir State into the prison for humanity.

'There is complete impunity for preparators who have been committing gross and systematic violations of human rights in IOJ and K', he said and added that instead of civil liberties, India had provided unchecked and unlimited liberty to forces for indiscriminate killings and molestation of civilians.

He was addressing to a seminar organized by Kashmir Council Brussels on "Human rights and civil liberties in Kashmir" at EU Parliament in Belgian city of Brussals Wednesday,says an official message reaching and released to the media here.

Haider warned the world that the simmering Kashmir conflict was a severe threat to regional peace and stability.

Mr. Phil Benion MEP, Chairman Kashmir Council EU Ali Raza Syed, Mr. Shafaq Mehmood MEP, Ms .Sadia mir , former MEP Sajjad Karim. Ms. Zainab Drabu ,Ms . Suraiya Siddiqi, Mr.wout Kalei. Journalist (Dutch), and Miss Khaqula Siddiqi also spoke at the occasion.

The Prime Minister of AJK said that human rights situation in occupied Kashmir was analyzed by two reports of the office of United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights in 2018 and 2019 respectively.

'Both of these reports showed the intensity and threshold of human rights violations in IOJ and K', he said.

'Kashmir is heavily militarized zone of the world. There is 1-7 ratio of Occupational forces and civilians in the occupied part of the erstwhile state of Jammu and Kashmir. From Jan 1989 to Oct 31,2019 in IOJ and K,95,464 Kashmiris have been killed, 22910 women widowed,11174 women were sexually assaulted and 107,780 children orphaned ' he briefed.

Raja Farooq said that India has enforced draconian laws like Armed Forces Special Power Act (AFSPA), Public Safety Act (PSA) etc, to provide blanket impunity to forces on killings, sexual assault of women,molestations etc. ' Indian forces...

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