Brussels, (APP): Kashmir Council EU’s Chairman Ali Raza Syed has condemned killing of four Kashmiri youth in Shopian town of Indian Held Kashmir. Indian troops in their fresh act of state terrorism, martyred four youth at Gagran area of Shopian district on Saturday. Ali Raza Syed while denouncing the horrible act urged the world’s human right organisations to send their fact findings missions for investigation of real situation in IHK. The international community and the world human rights organisations should take notice of the human rights violations by Indian troops and police in the occupied territory.
Chairman Kashmir Council EU also expressed solidarity and sympathywith the families of martyred youth in Shopian. Paying rich tributes to the martyred youth, Ali Raza Syed termed the incident as the worst form of state terrorism.
He said, a large number of Kashmiri youth have been killed in therecent years and such genocide is continued unabated. Thousands of unnamed graves have been discovered in the different areas of IHK and it is firmly believed that most of the buried in the graves are Kashmiri youth died in the fake encounterswith the Indian security forces.
This genocide of the Kashmiri people should be stopped immediately, military personnel involved in extra judicial killings should be brought to the justice. The International Community should come forward and voice their concerns, the chairman Kashmir Council EU said.
Ali Raza Syed announced that the council would continue its struggleto highlight the conflict of Kashmir at international level.
He strongly condemned the atrocities, massacres, extra-judicial murders,custodial deaths, reprisal killings, arbitrary detentions, torture, destruction of houses, shops and villages and rape which are being used as instruments of suppression by the Indian Government through its military, paramilitary andmercenary forces.
He asked India to immediately repeal the draconian Laws i.e. AFSA (Armed Forces Special Act) and PSA (Public Safety Act) that are enacted within Kashmir, as tool of Occupation.