Genocide plan: 30,000 Hindutva terrorists arrive in Kashmir valley

SRINAGAR: As part of the Indian genocidal plan in occupied Kashmir, more than 30,000 Hindutva trained terrorists have arrived in Kashmir during the last two weeks.
According to sources, more than 30,000 Hindutva trained terrorists have arrived in Kashmir during the past two weeks as many more are on their way through the road and by air.
The large-scale ingress of the Hindutva terrorists is being directly supervised by Indian Home Minister, Amit Shah and Defence Minister, Rajnath Singh, sources added.
Sources said, “This is happening while the Indian army led the crackdown against the Kashmiri Muslims on 5 August 2019, is completing one year that has been intensified in the guise of fighting coronavirus”.
The Indian military and paramilitary forces have sealed hundreds of towns and villages and forced millions of Kashmiris indoors justifying these draconian measures as precautionary to fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.
The sources further revealed amid the serious crackdown on the public movement, the Indian army is transporting thousands of Hindutva affiliated terrorists through buses and aircraft on a daily basis.
The Kashmiris fear that India’s Hindutva inspired government is planning a pogrom through rioting against the indigenous Muslim population to pave way for a large-scale ingress of the Hindutva population.
Sources said the reports of a large-scale entry of the Hindutva terrorists that have provoked panic among the local Muslim community.
Earlier, a report had issued by the Research Section of Kashmir Media Service stated thousands of women are among the 95,507 Kashmiris martyred by Indian forces since 1989.
The report further revealed that more than eleven thousand women were raped, hundreds widowed while thousands lost their sons, husbands, fathers and brothers in custodial disappearance by Indian troops.
The report stated that thousands of school-going girls have been injured while many blinded by the pellets fired by Indian troops while many continue to face the psychological trauma of decades-long Indian brutalities.
Similarly, over a dozen women including Hurriyat leaders, Aasiya Andrabi, Fehmeeda Sofi, Naheeda Nasreen and Insha Tariq Shah face illegal detention inside Kashmiri jails.
The Kashmiris people urged the international community to take notice of atrocities. They said that seven decades had passed and the dispute of Kashmir remained unresolved, adding, ruthless killings, pellet injuries to children and infants, rapes and torture; Indian atrocities in Indian occupied Jammu and Kashmir continued unabated.
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