Pakistan referred to as out India on Tuesday for its “reprehensible refusal” to give the dead bodies of three martyred Kashmiris to their households.
“Pakistan has strongly condemned the newest extra-judicial killings by the Indian occupation forces of three Kashmiri youth in Srinagar on 29 December 2020,” a press release by the Foreign Office.
Based on the Foreign Office, the families and relatives of the martyred Kashmiris — Aijaz Maqbool Ganie, Zubair Ahmed Lone, and Athar Mushtaq Wani (aged 16 and college students of Class-11) — “have Confirmed that the younger boys were harmless, who went Srinagar on the fateful day and became sufferer of Indian state-terrorism”.
The Foreign Office mentioned it’s “doubly inhuman” that the dead bodies of the three Kashmiri boys aren’t being given to their households for an appropriate burial, regardless of repeated appeals by the households.
“It is a new type of brutality that the Indian occupation forces at the moment are resorting to in order to break the desire of the Kashmiris. They may by no means succeed on this try,” it mentioned.
The assertion referred to as upon the “persons of conscience internationally” to take inventory of the “killing spree” in India-occupied Kashmir which continues unabated and the “reprehensible refusal” by the Indian authorities to give the dead bodies. It needs to be consider a grave concern, the assertion added.
“The morally bankrupt RSS-BJP regime shouldn’t be allowed to behave like such impunity,” the FO pressured.
It emphasized Pakistan’s place on the gross and systematic violations of human rights being perpetrated by the Indian occupation army, saying that an investigation by a UN Commission of Inquiry — as advisable by the OHCHR in its Kashmir reviews of 2018 and 2019 — is warranted.
“Pakistan restate its call for an impartial inquiry through worldwide scrutiny to analyze the extra-judicial killings of Kashmiris by Indian occupation forces and to carry the perpetrators of those heinous crimes to justice,” the assertion concluded by saying.