*No more concerns,we want Investigation of Indian Army war crimes: Pasban-e-Hurriyat Jammu kashmir

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S. A Haidri,

Muzaffarabad: Protest Procession followed by a rally was held under the aegis of Pasban-e-Hurriyat Jammu and Kashmir on continuous curfew in Indian Occupied Kashmir (IOK).

Protest procession was staged here on Friday called by Hurriyat conference against Indian atrocities, they marched from Burhan Wani Chowk to Gharipan.

People were holding banners and placards stated slogans of condemnation pertaining to curfew in IOK, imprisonment of Hurriyat leaders and youngsters and on communication blackout.

People chanted slogans against Indian brutalities and human rights violations in IOK.

Speaking on the occasion, Chairman Pasban-e-Hurriyat Uzair Ahmed Ghazali said that Indian Army is engaged in war against humanity in IOK, “more than 10 million people are under surveillance and curfew, IOK has become a military jail under Indian Occupation” he maintained.

He said that religious and human rights are violated at every nook and corner of IOK, “under these deteriorating situations, concerns of international communities are not enough but they must investigate the war crimes being committed by Indian Armed forces” Uzair Ghazali stated.

Abdul Aziz Alvi on the occasion said that we can’t remain silent on Indian atrocities in IOK. He cautioned that the tyranny and violence of Indian armed forces will jeopardize the situation in South Asia.

Vice Chairman International forum for justice and Human rights Mushtaq ul Islam said that Indian Army war crimes are not hidden from anyone, “masses of every age are targeted by Indian Armed forces, where are the human rights organizations on brutal human rights violations in IOK? ” Mushtaq raised question to international community.

Speakers also stated that Indian Army arrested more than five thousand youngsters in IOK, people especially children don’t have milk to drink and those who are suffering illness don’t have medicines.

Protestors demanded international communities to intervene in deteriorating situation in Kashmir and conduct investigatation on war crimes of Indian armed forces.

Umer Asif, Shaukat Javed Mir, Qazi Shahid Hameed, Usman Ali Hashim, Bilal Ahmed Farooqui, Hamza Shaheen, Nazeer Ahmed Butt, Liaqat Ali Rana, Nazeer Ahmed Naz, Zohaib Ali Qureshi, Uzair Alam and others also addressed on the occasion.