Foreign journalists vow to raise voice of Kashmiris

Locals share with visitors agonies they were made to face by Indian ceasefire violations

By: News Desk      Published: 11:40 PM, 22 Jul, 2020
Foreign journalists vow to raise voice of Kashmiris

A world media team has vowed to raise the voice of Kashmiris fighting for their right to self-determination in Indian-occupied Kashmir.

The foreign media persons made the promise on Wednesday as they visited the victims of Indian ceasefire violation in the Chirikot sector along the Line of Control (LoC).

The visitors took round of the Poonch sector – a hotbed for Indian forces to unleash brutalities against civilians, mostly women and children. 

The locals shared with the visitors the agonies they were made to face by Delhi’s deliberate acts of breaking the truce. They praised the Pak Army for giving a befitting response to Indian unprovoked fire.

The residents backed the IOK people for braving Indian atrocities in their just struggle for right to self-determination.

The Indian military has committed 11,815 ceasefire violations since 2015. The Delhi troops fired mortars and cluster ammunition in a sheer violation of international conventions. 

International media witnessed military posts along the LoC eyeball to eyeball and were briefed about regional situation.

They were shown the Indian surveillance grid and obstacle system having depth of anti-infiltration grid up to 4km. This surveillance system consists of three-tier defence.

The first tier from 500 to 1000 meters) includes mines, surveillance detachments, underground sensors, long range observation system while 1000-2000 metres second tier includes wire obstacles, battlefield radars, anti-infiltration obstacle system and the third is on the ridge lines, Nullahs, gaps and roads.

The media personnel visited the Pakistani side after Delhi denied access to foreign media to the Indian-occupied Valley that has been under siege for the past 347 days.

More than 900,000 Indian troops with ratio of one soldier for every 8 Kashmiris has been deployed to crush Kashmiris fighting for their right to self-determination.