FO denounces Indian troops’ killing of 17 year old in IOJK

The Overseas Workplace has slammed India for the extra-judicial killing of a 17-year-old harmless Kashmiri within the Occupied Kashmir’s Kulgam district, an announcement mentioned Friday.

The Overseas Workplace, within the assertion, mentioned the extra-judicial killings, torture in custody, enforced disappearances, and incarcerations have grow to be a norm in IOJK to suppress the Kashmiris. Indian police on Wednesday had mentioned the forces had gunned down three suspected militants throughout an alternate of fireplace, AP reported, after which the occupying forces had recovered a rifle and two pistols.

Following the event, the relations of the 17-year-old Zakir Bashir had mentioned that the forces had taken him into custody after choosing him up from dwelling. They then killed him in custody and introduced him as a militant who died throughout a gun battle. Reportedly, the teenage cricketer was brutally tortured by the Indian occupation forces earlier than being shot lifeless,” the Overseas Workplace mentioned within the assertion.

Throughout this 12 months alone, the Indian occupation forces have extra-judicially killed 57 harmless Kashmiris; arbitrarily detained and arrested 350 Kashmiris; and destroyed 58 homes of the Kashmiri individuals, the Overseas Workplace famous.

India’s gross and systematic human rights violations in IOJK warrant investigation by the UN Fee of Inquiry (COI), as really useful by the Workplace of the United Nations Excessive Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) in its stories of 2018 and 2019,” it mentioned. The Overseas Workplace reminded that India should realise that no quantity of brutalisation may subjugate the Kashmiris nor break their will of their wrestle for the fitting to self-determination.

Dated 06-07-2021


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