India's atrocities in Kashmir exposed once again

The eye-opening report of EU DisinfoLab has exposed India's global propaganda

News Desk February 02, 2022

India’s violation of human rights in Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir since August 2019 has been once again exposed to the world. 

Despite India’s failed efforts to cover the atrocities, the world is well aware of crimes committed by the BJP-led government in the occupied valley as voices are being raised in the parliaments of the world in favour of the Kashmiri people.

Recently, members of the British Parliament openly spoke against Indian state terrorism and strongly condemned the ongoing massacre and sexual violence against women in IIOJK.

The honourable members said that Kashmiris had been living in hell for more than seventy years and today their very existence was in danger apart from the right to self-determination.

The world has also repeatedly rejected India's baseless claim that Kashmir is India's internal affair. The eye-opening report by EU DisinfoLab had exposed India's global propaganda.

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After many decades, IIOJK had become under discussion in the UN Security Council twice.

United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres emphasized that no military solution to the Kashmir issue was possible and that any confrontation between Pakistan and India would have dire consequences for the region and the world.

Since August 2019, the international media had been condemning India's inhumane and undemocratic actions in the besieged valley.

In addition, the reports of Genocide Watch and Human Rights Watch on the ongoing genocide and human rights violations in IIOJK were also undeniable documents.

Furthermore, 16 members of the European Parliament wrote a letter to the European High Representative on the situation in IIOJK.

As an international champion of global human rights, fundamental freedoms and governance, the European Union must speak out against human rights abuses in occupied Kashmir.

The EU needs to create a conducive environment for the implementation of the commitments made by the international community to the Kashmiris and the UN resolutions.


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