In a diplomatic blow, 200 International NGOs conglomeration vow to drag Indian Military to UN over Occupied Kashmir brutalities
ISLAMABAD - Over the ongoing genocide in occupied Kashmir by Indian forces, the Malaysian Consultation Council of Islamic Organization (MAPIM) – a conglomeration of 200 organizations – has demanded a world response to the inhuman and injustice act of the Indian occupation forces.
In a joint statement by President MAPIM Mohammad Azmi Abdul Hamid and endorsed by Syeikh Ahmad Awang of International Muslim Scholars Union Malaysia and Syeikh Abdul Ghani Samsudin, the Chairman Council of Ulema Assembly of Asia (SHURA) as representatives of over 200 organisations of Malaysia, the MAPIM has condemned in the strongest terms the recent murdering of innocent Kashmiri youth in Pulwama district, IoK, by the Indian troops.
“The Indian forces must be dragged to the International Criminal Court for crimes against humanity. The world community needs to halt the ongoing and escalating violence by the India forces without delay.
The UN Security Council must intervene immediately, less this world agency will be regarded as a complicit to the crimes of war by India forces in Kashmir,” the statement demanded. In a resolution passed by the organisation, the MAPIM has expressed its concerns over what it called “the deafening silence of the world community” over the Indian forces atrocities in Kashmir.
Expressing concern over the continued detention of Kashmiri Leaders, the statement referred to the detention of Yasin Malik and the inhuman treatment meted out to him, as a case in point.
The MAPIM also lamented over the inaction by United Nations (UN) over the bloodletting in Kashmir, stating that the UN has stood action-less to stop the human violations in the Indian Occupied Kashmir.
“We believe the atrocities inflicted on the Kashmiris by the Indian troops will not break the spirit of the Kashmiris for their struggle for independence and for self-determination. We salute their persistence to stand their ground for justice and freedom,” the statement added.