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Delegation of OIC visited Pakistan LOC

Delegation of the human rights commission of the OIC visited pakistan’s side of the line of control where they interacted with the victims of india’s ceasefire violations.

The military’s media being said the delegation was briefed on the prevalent security situation along the line of control and the steps being taken for the protection of civilians. The dignitaries thanked the pakistan army for providing them opportunity to witness the ground reality along the LLC after listening to the victim this problem.

This violation by the government is real and it’s not being punished by the international agencies. So we think it has to be documented. It has to be highlighted because suffering is real. We are here to interact with the refugees from the indian occupied kashmir. We are hoping to take their voice as far as possible across the world and we do recognize the level of sufferance. On the other side of the border we express our solidarity with the kashmiri people. Justice will happen and they will exercise their right of self-determination to live under dignity and and freedom. This visit indeed very important because it’s come after the decision of the indian side which we think it’s a very dangerous decision Which violate the human rights for the our brothers and sisters in Jammu and Kashmir. Which will change the demographic side. Of course, there are very sad very brutal issues.

The indian occupied side of the Kashmir from right to life prohibition of torture and ill treatment right to religion try to freedom of expression right to movement to other rights. Try to self-determination because in U.N secretary council resolution proper resolution is plebiscite. But unfortunately the indian side until today. More than 70 years did not came to the table for press fight did not recognize the kashmir people’s right to self-determination. We are here to help you we are here to investigate these situations very deeply and again to talk with relevant international organizations. You are talking about war crime it’s really not simple human rights violations it’s gross human rights violations. It’s under the word crime which should be punished.

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