2nd HR report by UN on Kashmir ‘significant’: Hurriyat Conference (M)
Srinagar: Hurriyat Conference headed by Mirwaiz Umar Farooq on Tuesday said that the release of second detailed UNHRC report on Kashmir, documenting the “serious human rights violations and pattern of impunity”, was significant.
The report again reiterates the grave human rights situation in the valley and calls for the “urgent need to address the past and ongoing human rights violations and deliver justice to the people in Kashmir.”
“Both India and Pakistan should implement the recommendations and remedies reiterated in the OHCHR report from 2018,” the amalgam said in a statement issued here.
The Hurriyat Conference urged both India and Pakistan to engage with each other and with the people of J&K and to move forward on resolution of the UN acknowledged Kashmir issue and put an end to bloodshed and human rights violations in all forms and on all sides and allow humanity to prevail.
The Hurriyat Conference also expressed concern on the health condition of Kashmir political prisoners in various jails across India and the extension in custody of JKLF chairman Mohammad Yasin Malik by the NIA.
by INS Desk