EU MPs letter over Indian atrocities: Chaudhry Sarwar's efforts bear fruit
Punjab Governor Chaudhry Sarwar's efforts have borne fruit as European parliamentarians have wrote a letter to the European Commission president for bringing Indian atrocities in occupied Kashmir into his notice, 24NewsHD TV channel reported on Friday.
The Punjab governor raised the plight of Indian-held Kashmir with the key European figures and kept in touch with them to pursue the case of IHK.
The letter written 16 parliamentarian, pointed out that for long, Indian imposed curfew. They cited reports of international human rights bodies on brutalities being faced by Kashmiris in an Indian bid to suppress their struggle for just right to self-determination.
They wrote in the letter that the Indian authorities has been imposing a lockdown since the revocation of its special status in 2019, depriving them of their basic rights and adding to their health views occupied Kashmir.
Journalists and human rights champions have been targeted for bring to spotlight black laws being imposed in the held Valley, the letter stated.
They insisted in the letter that the European Union must raise voice against the gross violation of human rights by Indian and take immediate steps to get implemented the UN resolutions to provide the Kashmiris with their just rights.
The long-standing dispute between two atomic powers might result into disaster and Kashmir situation has become peril for regional peace and stability, they added.