Kashmir Diaspora Council for unified action against Indian atrocities
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The ongoing all-out war against Kashmiris in Indian Illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIoJK) is due to a failure of the international system to ensure justice and freedom on an equitable basis,” the Kashmiri diaspora leadership has said.
Condemning the murder, loot and destruction of private properties in IIoJK by the Indian forces, Kashmiri Diaspora Coalition (KDC) in a statement on Sunday called on the international community to wake up to the realities on the ground and act decisively and fast to protect the Kashmir and Kashmiri people against Indian onslaught.
“There is no reason for the international community to close its eyes on what is happening in IIoJK and that is why Kashmiris want the international community to act fast and hold India accountable for its war crimes,” the KDC said.
The KDC said the Indian military regime in IIoJK was pursuing state terrorism to terrorize the people in order to make them surrender their right to self-determination.
“Indian military regime has intensified its terror policy in IIoJK, killing, injuring, raiding, looting, abducting and burning private properties. Only a rogue state can pursue such a policy,” said the KDC, adding, “no way can the Indian military succeed in its nefarious designs to break the will of Kashmiris to make them surrender.”
Indian military regime in the recent past has started bulldozing homes and properties of Kashmiris in IIoJK on trumped-up charges which is a clear violation of the Geneva Conventions and universal human rights.
“Kashmiris did not surrender since 1947 nor will we surrender anytime,” said Dr Ghulam N. Mir, Chairman of KDC and President of Washington-based World Kashmir Awareness Forum, calling for the implementation of UN resolutions which give Kashmiris right to self-determination under which Kashmiris are allowed to decide their political fate.
"There needs to be a synergy of words and actions of the Hurriyat Conference leadership and the Kashmiri Diaspora as our enemy has intensified its war on Kashmiris. If we do not act in unison and take tangible steps to halt demographic terrorism in IIoJK we may lose every Kashmiri to the all-out war launched by the Indian military regime in IIoJK,” the KDC statement warned.
"The Kashmiri diaspora urges the world community to formulate the Ukraine model of putting sanctions on India for refusing to implement the UNSC resolutions without further delay," said Dr Mubeen Shah, Vice Chairman of KDC and President of Istanbul-based Kashmir House