Political Stories In 100 Seconds: Pak Writes to UN, Cites Rahul's Remark on Kashmir

29 Aug 2019 08:25 AM

Political Stories In 100 Seconds: Pak Writes to UN, Cites Rahul's Remark on Kashmir

Updated 29 Aug 2019 08:25 AM

 Pakistan Human Rights Minister Shireen Mazari has written a detailed letter to 18 UN Special Rapporteurs alleging massive human rights violations by India in Jammu and Kashmir, after it revoked its special status, which she termed as "an annexation by force and therefore an illegal act".

In a seven-page letter, Mazari said an Indian Cultural Forum went on a fact-finding mission to Jammu and Kashmir between August 9-13, and highlighted serious shortages of medicine and other basic necessities there after the August 5 lockdown. The team also highlighted incidences of targetting of civilians with pellet guns, and cited the case of a Rising Kashmir graphic designer who reportedly received 172 pellet injuries. 

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