‘India can’t change Kashmir’s disputed status by deploying more troops’

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 India cannot change the disputed status of Jammu and Kashmir by deploying more and more troops in the territory.

According to a report released by Kashmir Media Service, today, the Modi regime has deployed personnel of a special commando unit of Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) in Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, the already highest militarized zone in the world.

It said India is sending CRPF’s CoBRA commandos to further brutalize the people of the occupied territory. It said huge concentration of Indian troops has made IIOJK a giant open air prison for its residents but the Modi regime cannot get rid of the Kashmir dispute by deploying more troops in the territory.

The report said the world human rights organizations have already warned of genocide in the territory as the India military has previously committed scores of massacres since 1989 in IIOJK.

It deplored that 96,213 Kashmiris had fell to Indian bullets in the past 30 years in IIOJK and Indian army and Hindutva forces carried out genocide of nearly 250,000 Muslims in Jammu region in November 1947.

It said the Modi regime is trying to change the demography of IIOJK by committing genocide of Kashmiris but would never succeed in its nefarious designs and the people of Kashmir would continue their freedom movement till completes success.

The report said the IIOJK people are engaged in a peaceful political movement and the Modi government cannot subdue them through its military might, adding lasting peace and stability in the south Asian region is linked to amicable resolution of the lingering Kashmir dispute.

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