Kashmiri children are the worst victims of Indian state terrorism – Kashmir Media Service


904 young martyred boys, 107,821 orphans since January 1989


Srinagar, June 04 (KMS): In illegally occupied Indian Jammu and Kashmir, Indian troops in their relentless acts of state terrorism have martyred 904 children over the past 32 years.

A report released today by the research section of the Kashmir Media Service on the occasion of the International Day of Innocent Child Victims of Assault, found that 904 children were among the 95,791 Kashmiris martyred by Indian troops on January 1 1989 to date. The report says the killing of civilians by troops orphaned 107,821 children in the territory during the period. Report says hundreds of boys and girls under the age of 20 have been martyred in cordon and search operations and mock encounters, while many face illegal detentions under black laws in various prisons in the occupied territory. The report states that dozens of young people, including students, have also been injured and dozens of them have been blinded by the pellets fired by Indian troops since 2016. In addition, an official document reveals that ” an increase in the number of cases of coronavirus in children in the territory.

All Parties Hurriyat Labor Vice President Ghulam Ahmed Gulzar in a statement in Srinagar condemned the arbitrary and unlawful arrests by Indian forces personnel across the territory. He lambasted the communal Indian government led by Modi for its cruel attitude towards the IIOJK people. Jammu and Kashmir Muslim Conference President Shabbir Ahmed Dar in a statement in Srinagar said India is the worst country in the world because it has a lower human rights record than countries that have been declared red nations by the UN.

Meanwhile, posters continued to appear in different parts of Srinagar against the continued unlawful detentions of languid Hurriyat leaders, activists and youth in different prisons in the territory and in India.

Young people took to the streets and clashed with Indian troops after using indiscriminate fire when a patrol group of Indian forces was attacked near Kralpora in Badgam district today. The troops used brute force to disperse the protesters.

Juma’s prayers could not be held in the historic Jamia Masjid, Dargah Hazratbal and other major mosques, shrines and imambargahs in Srinagar and other areas of the occupied territory due to severe restrictions imposed by the authorities.

Indian authorities have sentenced a journalist, Sajid Raina, for a WhatsApp status showing as martyrs 20 children who died in the capsizing of a boat on May 30, 2006 at Lake Wular in Sopore.

Meanwhile, despite the severity of the coronavirus in the IIOJK and India, Indian Army Chief MM Naravane speaking to the media during his visit to Srinagar boasted that the military was prepared for Amarnath Yatra and took all necessary measures for the smooth running of the annual meeting. pilgrimage. Analysts speaking to Kashmir Media Service said the arrival of large numbers of Hindus at the IIOJK for Amarnath Yatra would not only lead to rapid spread of the deadly COVID-19, but also lead to environmental pollution that would be very harmful to the inhabitants of the IIOJK. They said the annual yatra would be the Modi regime’s second blunder after Kumbh Mela due to which the coronavirus engulfed all of India and claimed large numbers of lives.

Sikh Intellectual Circle Chapter IIOJK Chairman Narendra Singh Khalsa in an interview in Jammu said the Indian people had been misled by the Bharatiya Janata party who claimed that revoking Section 370 would lead to development massive, but nothing of the sort has happened in the occupied territory so far.


Thelma J. Longworth

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