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Indian Army has no respect for Human lives: Shabir Shah

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Chairman of Democratic Freedom Party (DFP) Shabir Ahmad Shah on Tuesday said that international human rights organizations should take serious note human rights abuses committed by Indian Army in Kashmir.

In a statement the incarcerated the leader said the world community should take note of how Indian army plays with the lives of civilians in Kashmir. He called for making India accountable for the ‘war crimes’ it has been committing in Kashmir. 

“At a time when world is strictly championing for the human rights, Indian army at the behest of New Delhi is committing worst kind of human rights violations in occupied Jammu Kashmir where civilians are being used as shields. This monstrous activity if not stopped may devour humanity in Kashmir,” he said.

“The using of human as a shield is a clear violation of the Geneva Convention and UN Charter,” Shah said. “The incident is not the first case of human rights violation by Indian armed, but there are thousands of such cases by occupational forces that may put the humanity to shame. For the last 70 years in general and 27 years in particular, Indian forces have been carrying thousands of custodial killings and destroyed properties worth trillions,” he said.

Meanwhile, the incarcerated chairman of Democratic Freedom Party (DFP) Shabir Ahmad Shah on Tuesday expressed deep grief over the demise of the veteran resistance leader of Dr Abdul Aalla and termed him a great and sincere leader. Dr Aalla passed away in Muzaffarabad (Azad Kashmir) after brief illness.


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