Brussels 🙁 Rasheed Ahmed) Chairman Kashmir Council Europe (KC-EU) Mr Ali Raza Syed has strongly
condemned the brutal murder of a Kashmiri namely Bashir Ahmad Khan in
front of his 3-year grandson in Sopore town of occupied Kashmir.
According to Khan's daughter, her father had gone to the bank (on 1 st July)
to cash a cheque and on the way he was dragged out of his car and then
shot in cold blood. Media reports said, the family of Khan said that he was
dragged out of the car in which he was travelling with his minor grandchild
and then killed in cold blood by the Indian occupation troops.
In a statement while deploring this ruthless act of state terrorism, Chair of
KC-EU said, Indian occupation troops are involved in cruel crimes against
the humanity in occupied Kashmir and no body stop them. He urged the
international community to conduct an international independent
investigation under supervision of the UN into the crimes perpetrated by
Indian forces in occupied Kashmir.
Ali Raza Syed also gives reference of a bi-annual report of Jammu and
Kashmir Coalition of Civil Society (JKCCS) chaired by renown Kashmiri
figure Khurram Parvez as saying at 229 people were killed in the different
violent incidents in first six months of this year.
Ali Raza Syed paid rich tributes to the people of Kashmir who are
struggling for last seven decades, specially Kashmir martyrs who sacrificed
their lives for liberation of the motherland from the Indian illegal occupation.
He urged the international community including United Nation to prevent
rising waves of state terrorism committed by the Indian forces in
the disputed territory of Jammu and Kashmir. Major powers including US
and UK and international organizations such as UNSC, EU and OIC to
force the Indian state to stop this reign of terror in occupied Kashmir.
Specifically, Ali Raza Syed demanded UN and EU to send their delegations
to occupied Kashmir in order to aware of the ground situation there.
Chair of KC-EU further asked the world community to take measures for
the peaceful resolution of the Kashmir dispute as per right to self-