PM Imran calls on int’l community to act against war crimes in held Kashmir

Sandra Loyd

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan on Thursday called on the international community to satisfy its obligation as he looked for action against the war crimes and genocide being committed against Kashmiris by the BJP-led Indian federal government.

When India unilaterally withdrawed its unique status through a governmental regulation,

The occupied valley is under lockdown given that August last year. The regulation was instantly followed by a rigorous curfew and interaction blackout which continues to date. The break out of Covid-19 has actually affected next to bit the scenario in held Kashmir.

In a series of tweets posted today, the prime minister stated the reactionary Indian federal government, under the cover of the pandemic, has actually continued its “Hindutva supremacist agenda, driven by the fascist RSS ideology”.

the demography in Inhabited Jammu & &(************************************************ )– an area identified as contested by UN. The international community has a duty to bear in mind of & &(****************************************** )(******************************************* )these war crimes by India in offenses of fourth Geneva Convention & & int humanitarian laws.

— Imran Khan (@ImranKhanPTI) April 30, 2020

He even more stated that the BJP-led federal government is continuing its genocide of Kashmiris in offense of the 4th Geneva Convention.

The premier added that New Delhi is trying to alter the demography of the contested area.

“The international community has a responsibility to take note of & act against these war crimes by India in violations of 4th Geneva Convention & int humanitarian laws,” stated PM Imran.

On Monday, the Jammu and Kashmir federal government extended the restriction on high-speed 4G web in the held valley mentioning “terrorism threats” from Pakistan.

The official order provided at the time declared: “There were well-founded apprehensions of the field agencies regarding enhanced efforts by Pakistan for recruitment in the (militant) ranks as well as infiltration attempts, which heavily depend on high-speed internet.”

The extension came in spite of constant demonstrations by medical professionals in specific over the unavailability of high-speed web essential in the battle against the pandemic. The valley has actually signed up some 565 verified cases with 8 reported deaths amidst reports of city government downplaying Covid-19 statistics.

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