Russell Tribunal on Kashmir sheds light on war crimes in IIOJK by India

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Islamabad, December 24 (KMS): Russell Tribunal on Kashmir has brought to light the war crimes and crimes against humanity committed by India in Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir.

A report released by Kashmir Media Service, today, said Russell Tribunal on Kashmir recently held in Sarajevo, Bosnia, highlighted the Indian atrocities in IIOJK. The experts at the three-day Russell Tribunal on Kashmir deplored that Israeli model settler colonialism was being repeated in IIOJK, the report added.

The Russell Tribunal judges said, situation in IIOJK is a matter of serious concern for the whole humanity and the Kashmir dispute must be seen in the context of genocide, settler colonialism. They urged the UN to properly oversee the decolonialization process in Kashmir.

The report lamented that India had waged a military, political, economic, social, cultural and moral war against the Kashmiris and was using genocide, rape, unlawful detentions, mass blinding and other crimes as weapons of war in the occupied territory.

It said, Hindutva-inspired Indian settler-colonial actions in IIOJK have repeatedly breached international law on numerous accounts, adding that Russell Tribunal on Kashmir has exposed the true face of the world’s so-called largest democracy and the UN must implement recommendations of the Russell Tribunal on Kashmir.