As Valley fumes over killing of four persons, India’s junior home minister says ‘no human rights’ in PaK

As Valley fumes over killing of four persons, India’s junior home minister says ‘no human rights’ in PaK

Srinagar: Three days after the army and police once again killed unarmed protesters and the government once again ordered inquiries that in the past have proved nothing more than pacifying measures, India’s junior home minister Kiren Rijiju said “there are no human rights” in Pakistan administered Kashmir.
“There are no human rights in PoK. This had been amply exposed many times earlier also,” Rijiju told reporters on the sidelines of a function here.
Rijiju made these remarks in the backdrop of a protest rally by activists owing allegiance to Jammu and Kashmir National Students Federation (JKNSF) and Jammu and Kashmir National Awami Party (JKNAP) in Muzaffarabad against Pakistan and PaK governments.
According to PTI, the protesters alleged that jobs are only being given to Pakistani youth, marginalising Kashmiri youth of the area.
The report nowhere mentions that the protesters raised the issue of human rights violations.

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