Intl community should not keep silent on Indian atrocities in IOK: Analysts
ISLAMABAD: Defense Analyst Brig (R) Said Nazir has said the International community should not keep silent and pressurize India to stop brutalities in Occupied Kashmir as India wants to change the demographic situation of the valley to justify their oppression.
The freedom movement of Kashmir is an indigenous movement led by the people of Kashmir for their just right of self determination , analyst while talking in a Radio Programme said, adding , it is a due promise of UN to resolve Kashmir dispute in accordance with the wishes of the people of Kashmir.
The Indian forces are committing Muslims genocide and worst form of atrocities in occupied Kashmir, Said Nazir said.
He said , despite of using every tactic and force, India has failed to suppress the freedom movement.
IR Expert Dr. Huma Baqai also said Kashmir is an unresolved agenda and Pakistan is committed to extend its moral, political and diplomatic support for freedom movement of Kashmir.
India is following the policy of suppression and oppression in Indian occupied Kashmir, she highlighted.
She said the Indian troops are deliberately targeting innocent people including women, Children, educated youngsters and professionals.
India and Israel are the greatest human rights violators but international community is silent just for the sake of economic interests, adding, UN and so called human rights champions must come forward to give the due right of self determination to the people of Kashmir.
Defense Analyst Lt General (R) Abdul Quyyum emphasized that it is responsibility of the UN to maintain peace in the world and safeguard the people living in a disputed land.
India is committing state terrorism in Kashmir and deliberately killing innocent people in the name of terrorism, he said.
India and Israel are committing Muslim genocide in Kashmir and Palestine but international community has folded a blind eye, he noted.
The criminal silence of the world has further encouraged India to continue atrocities in Occupied Kashmir, he added.