Indian Military sets new record of inhumanity In Occupied Kashmir
India continues to suppress the Kashmiris' voice for freedom through its brutal policy in Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir.
In an analytical report released by Kashmir Media Service, Indian genocidal policy has resulted in the killing of 95,686 Kashmiris, injuring of hundreds of thousands and destruction of 110,367 houses and other structures in the occupied territory since January 1989.
It says the unabated killings by Indian troops in IIOJK during the period have rendered 22,920 women widowed and 107,802 children orphaned.
The report maintains that India's blood-filled Kashmir policy is a challenge to world conscience.
The report urges the global community should raise its voice against Indian repression in IIOJK.