ISLAMABAD: The Chairman Jammu of and Kashmir Peoples League, Mukhtar Ahmad Waza while paying rich tributes to the youth martyred by Indian troops in Srinagar demanded a probe by the war crimes tribunal of the United Nations into all such target killings in the territory.
Mukhtar Ahmad Waz was addressing a public rally at Liver Tehsil Salar in Islamabad district, KMS reported.
Waza said that bloodshed of innocent people was continuing in Kashmir since 1947.He added that in 2008, 2010 and 2016, people of Kashmir made it clear that this land had been illegally occupied by India but New Delhi always tried to suppress the Kashmiri people's freedom movement with military might.
The Hurriyet leader expressed his deep concern over the growing violations of human rights by Indian army and police saying said that the men in uniform were suffering from power of arrogance and they were forgetting that youth were sacrificing their lives for the future of the Kashmiri people.
Haling the freedom passion of people, Waza said that arbitrary and suppressive measures won't deter them from pursuing the cherished goal.
Other leaders who were accompanying Mukhtar Ahmad Waza included Rafiq Ahmad Dar, Manzoor Ahmad, Shabir Ahmad Nanwaee, Mohammad Altaf and Bilal Ahmad Sheikh. (APP)