OIC-IPHRC expresses concern over HRs violations in Occupied Kashmir

ISLAMABAD: The Impartial Everlasting Human Rights Fee of OIC has strongly condemned the human rights violations within the Indian Occupied Kashmir, ARY Information reported on Tuesday.

The  (IPHRC) of the Group of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) in its press launch has mentioned that India has turned occupied Kashmir (IoK)  into the world’s largest jail with extreme human rights and humanitarian repercussions on the harmless Kashmiri inhabitants.

“Regardless of this iron curtain blockade, there are credible media reviews confirming that over 5000, principally younger Kashmiris, have been illegally detained by the safety forces, whole political management is incarcerated with none authorized recourse, and journalists and human rights activists are being prosecuted on false expenses,” reads a press launch.

“These are deplorable and blatant violations of Kashmiris’ elementary human rights together with the precise to life, proper to freedom of expression, proper to peaceable protest and meeting, that are opposite to worldwide human rights regulation and in addition violative of India’s commitments/worldwide human rights obligations,” the press launch reads additional.

IPHRC welcomed the Press Assertion issued by the Particular Procedures/Reporters of the UN Human Rights Council, which has termed the continuing ‘blackout as a type of collective punishment of the folks of Jammu and Kashmir’ and expressed issues over the unlawful detentions and enforced disappearances of younger protestors and use of extreme drive together with stay ammunition to disperse the protests.

The Fee additionally welcomed and echoes the decision made by the OIC to the Authorities of India to right away carry the curfew and communication blackout in IOK and restore elementary freedoms and civil liberties of the Kashmiris.

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