The Kashmir conflict is not only a territorial concern for India and Pakistan but along with its diplomatic, economic, legal, political and regional dynamics, it is an issue which is directly related to the intrinsic and inalienable right to life of millions of people. However, the brutal acts of the Indian government Kashmiris have been denied the right to life, property, education and significantly the right to self-determination. Although, Kashmiris across Jammu & Kashmir have always been portrayed at the international media as victims, yet it would be unjust if denied being called as survivors. The implementation of Armed Forces (Special Powers) Acts (AFSPA),
and other barbaric laws, Indian state actors are violating the basic rights mentioned in Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Despite all levels and intensities of discrimination, physical and sexual….
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