Pakistan’s dossier exposed India’s dirty face globally: Mushaal

Islamabad, September 13 (KMS): Mushaal Hussein Mullick, the Chairperson of Peace and Culture Organisation, has said that Pakistan once again exposed the dirty face of Indian fascist government by presenting dossier with a list of 1128 perpetrators involved in war crimes in Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK) along with victims of genocidal acts, torture and enforced disappearances.

Mushaal Hussein Mullick, who is the wife of incarcerated JKLF Chairman, Muhammad Yasin Malik, in a statement issued in Islamabad on Monday said that the long list of dossier released by government of Pakistan exposed the scale of war crimes in the occupied valley.

She went on to say that the Narendra Modi-led Indian government turned the heaven-like valley into the world largest open prison and torture cell; however the world community and human right organizations remained tightlipped, which clearly depicted their duplicity and double standard.

She said that human rights violations, fake encounters and false flag operations became a common phenomenon. Moreover, Mushaal lamented that the inhuman Indian forces used rape as war tool in IIOJK to silence the dissenting voices.

The Chairperson said that the 131-paged dossier presented by Pakistan badly exposed the Indian atrocities and inhuman acts and the world powers, so-called human right organization and UN bodies needed to take prompt actions and imposed strict sanctions, besides warning of cutting all diplomatic relations.

She stated that the comprehensive list of dossier contained of 1128 perpetrators involved in war crimes, 946 cases of 1785 victims of genocidal acts and 474 cases of 485 victims of torture of IIOJK.

Moreover, Mushaal added that 14 cases of 63 victims of sexual violence, 110 cases of 77 victims of enforced disappearances and 1246 pellet guns victims were included in the list.

She said that the Hindutva-inspired BJP regime in India has unleashed a spat of brutalities and atrocities against the Kashmiri people to muzzle their voices.