Indian army trained in committing genocide in IIOJK: Report

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Islamabad: Indian army, notorious for being a terrorist force, is constantly engaged in brutalizing Kashmiris and committing war crimes in occupied Jammu and Kashmir.

A report released by the Kashmir Media Service on 76th Army Day being celebrated by India, today, said that Indian troops continue to perpetrate grave human rights violations in the occupied territory. Indian army establishment influenced by RSS’s Hindutva ideology is trained in committing genocide and crimes against defenseless Kashmiris.

“The occupation troops have no justification to celebrate Army Day for being involved in killing, abduction and arrest of innocent people during notorious cordon and search operations and house raids in the territory. Leave the disputed Jammu and Kashmir aside, Indian army troops are even shooting innocent civilians dead in India’s own states,” the report said.

It pointed out that recent killing of three innocent civilians in Poonch district is an ample proof of Indian army’s savagery.

In India’s northeastern region, Indian army has killed over 4,000 civilians mostly Dalits, Christians and Muslims over the past 2 decades.

The report said that killing people in staged encounters has become a regular feature of Indian army. Killing fields of IIOJK have exposed the real face of Indian army, which is involved in fake encounters and extrajudicial killings in the occupied territory, it added.

The report maintained that the Indian army has killed 41 Kashmiris extra-judicially in 2023 while 96,285 Kashmiris have fallen to Indian army’s bullets in last 35 years.

The report said that the Indian army forces must be held accountable for their heinous acts of brutalities. K

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