Incidents of extrajudicial killings on the rise in IoK: Minister

ISLAMABAD: Minister for Kashmir Affairs Ali Amin Gandapur has said Indian forces have escalated atrocities in occupied Kashmir and innocent Kashmiri youth are being martyred daily during house search operation.
In a statement, the minister said incidents of extrajudicial killings have increased to a dangerous level in Indian Occupied Kashmir and the world community should take notice.
The minister said almost ten months have passed since the lockdown was imposed in occupied Kashmir and the people of the area are forced to live in the world’s largest prison at a time when the global community has failed to tolerate a lockdown amidst COVID-19.
He urged the world community to raise its voice against the ongoing prejudice against Muslims by India. He said the extremist fascist ideology of the Indian government has taken a dangerous turn which poses a serious threat to the security of the entire region.

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Gandapur said the ongoing atrocities of Indian forces in occupied Kashmir cannot subdue Kashmiris’ spirit of self-determination and freedom and they will continue to snatch their freedom from India.
He warned that Pakistan would retaliate against any Indian adventure on the Line of Control and would continue to fully support Kashmir’s struggle for right to self-determination.
Meanwhile, in occupied Kashmir, Indian troops martyred three more Kashmiri youth in Shopian district on Wednesday in its fresh act of state terroism.
The troops martyred the youth during a cordon and search operation in Sugoo Hendhama area of the district. Indian police and troops sealed all entry and exit points of the area and suspended internet service in the district.
This is the third violent operation in the district since Sunday during which troops have martyred twelve youth and injured dozens others besides destroying several houses.
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