Human rights violations in Kashmir; more than 50 countries make 5 demands from India

Human rights violations in Kashmir; more than 50 countries make 5 demands from India

Geneva: More than 50 countries have submitted five demands to India in Human Rights Council over human rights abuses in occupied Kashmir.

More than 50 countries have presented 5 demands to India, with a joint declaration on occupied Kashmir at the extraordinary meeting of the Human Rights Council under the United Nations Organization for Refugees (Human Rights Council).

1-The first demand in the joint declaration has been that India should not take away the Kashmiris' right to live and let them live

2- Another demand states that the curfew issued for 37 days in Kashmir should be abolished immediately

3- In the third demand, India has been told that the international media has confirmed the crackdown on communication in Kashmir and communication in Kashmir should be ensured and political prisoners released

4- The fourth demand includes several sub-demands that protect the human rights in the occupied valley, release freedom and arrest of detainees, as well as avoid the use of force, including the pellet gun

At the same time, it has been demanded that permission be granted to visit international media and human rights organizations in occupied Kashmir.

5- The fifth and most important demand is that a peaceful approach should be taken to resolve the Jammu and Kashmir

On this occasion, Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi said that today is a very important day, today is very important for us and for Kashmiris. Over 50 countries have made a joint statement outlining five key demands from India.