Indian Army is breaching human rights laws in Occupied Kashmir: Governor


LAHORE:   Punjab Governor Chaudhry Mohammad Sarwar has termed the Indian army as the world’s biggest terrorist force and said that the brutal murder of six more Kashmiri youths in occupied Kashmir is the worst form of terrorism. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the Indian Armed Forces are terrorists. The United Nations and the Muslim world’s indifference towards Indian atrocities are condemnable. He was talking to a Kashmiri delegation led by Mirza Saghir Ahmad Jral, Mirza Abdul Shakoor and Syed Tawfiq Shah from Azad Kashmir on Tuesday.

Punjab Governor Chaudhry Mohammad Sarwar said that the Indian troops have killed more than 95,000 innocent Kashmiris so far, whereas 161,000 Kashmiris are still in the illegal detention of Indian security forces. There can be no greater atrocity in the world than this, he added. He said that the massacre of innocent Kashmiris is being carried out by Indian forces every day which is highly condemnable. He said that it is high time that the genocide of innocent Kashmiris and the atrocities unleashed on those fighting for their freedom should be stopped. He maintained that unless the Kashmir issue is resolved in accordance with the UN resolutions, there can be no peace in the region. He further said that 1,07,813 children have been orphaned so far by Indian forces , and the atrocities of Indian forces on innocent Kashmiris are increasing day by day. “We urge the United Nations and the Muslim Ummah to take stern notice and save Kashmiris from the atrocities of Indian forces and RSS goons, he added”

Governor Punjab Chaudhry Muhammad Sarwar said that Prime Minister Imran Khan has emerged as the ambassador of Kashmir and is fighting their case internationally. He said that the political and religious parties of Pakistan are united on the issue of Kashmir. There is no doubt that Kashmir is the jugular vein of Pakistan. He said that Kashmir is Pakistan and Pakistan is Kashmir and 220 million Pakistanis will not shy away from any sacrifice for the independence of Kashmir.