The International People’s Tribunal on Human Rights and Justice in Kashmir (IPTK) announced the release of its report at a press conference on Wednesday, December 02, 2009, in Srinagar, Kashmir.
BURIED EVIDENCE documents 2,700 unknown, unmarked, and mass graves, containing 2,943+ bodies, across 55 villages in Bandipora, Baramulla, and Kupwara districts of Kashmir, based on applied research conducted between November 2006-November 2009.
I love it when it gets back to the justice system! No?
Kashmir issue is one of the nowadays taboos, no one can or even dare to ask about the situation there. There is a media blackout concerning it, and the Indian Government has succeeded in getting the world’s eyes away from the case there and unfortunately with a little help of the ignorants.
Criminals usually prefer to kill secretly, and it has been known for quite a long time that, “perfect crimes” are those which are committed in the shadow. We the Muslims, in particular the Arabs do believe that Kashmir case with India is the same as the Palestinian case with Israel, but with more media blackout regarding Kashmir issue. In Kashmir,there are killings being committed day and night, torturing, arresting of freemen, media blackout and the most important, there is an Occupation going on!
The nature of occupation of Palestine and Kashmir is the same. The world must take the notice of Indian brutalities in Kashmir, the people there are facing worst kind of occupation! Thousands of the people in Kashmir have been slaughtered by the Indian occupiers. More than 7000 unidentified graves have been discovered. Who were buried there?! Nobody knows about their identity, thousands of the young people are still disappeared. No one knows where they are, whether they are still alive or not!
The so-called “International Human Rights Organisations” should come forward to highlight the miseries which the people of Kashmir are facing under the hands of the Indian occupiers from last 65 years.
Long Live Kashmir.
Monitoring Human Rights violations committed by the Indian Government.
Mouaaz Al Ajami