Genocide of Kashmiri Muslims grave concern: Jama’at

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Srinagar: Jama’at-e-Islami Jammu and Kashmir has expressed grave concern over the ongoing “genocide of Kashmiri Muslims by the Indian forces” and “blatant violation of the fundamental human rights” in Kashmir.
In a statement issued after the killing of civilians by gunfire in Pulwama on Tuesday, the socio-religious organisation said that another civilian had “lost his battle with life” in Gaberpora Hall on Wednesday.
“After the killing of Firdous Ahmad of Beegumbag Kakapra, another fatally injured youth of Gaberpora Hall village in the Shopian district succumbed and lost the battle with life,” Jamaat spokesperson, Advocate Zahid Ali, said.
So far, thousands civilians got killed in cold blood by the brutality of these unruly forces who have (been) given free license to kill anyone at their will.”
Jama’at-e-Islami expressed deep resentment against these “atrocities by the Indian forces” and asked the international community to take notice of the “genocide”. It also sought “effective measures” by international community to stop human rights violations in Kashmir and address the core issue of Kashmir “to impart justice to the hapless Kashmiris”.

 

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