Kashmir is 86 0000 radius kilometre three times the size of Belgium. It is sandwich between Indian, China and Pakistan in a mountainous region of the northern-west of India.
The land of Kashmir people has been illegally invaded and occupied by Indian government since 1947. Over 700 000 Indian armies are stationed to quell Kashmir resistance to their illegal occupation.
When Indian PM Nehru took the matter to the UN in 1948. After reviewing the complained UNSC issued a Resolution 47 of 1948, whereas India was told in no uncertain terms that "Kashmir belongs to Kashmiris people and the fate of Kashmir must be decided by Kashmir.
India was tasked to hold Free & Free plebiscite to let Kashmir practice their rights of self-determination. Indian is denying the referendum and been circumventing it by sham elections under martial law and over 100 000 people have been killed by the Indian army.
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There had been numeorus UNSC resolution on Kashmir which provide legitimacy to the Kashmir cause and obliged India to abide by it.
The most famous is being the UNSC resolution 47 of 1948, which refer to the the Free and Fair referendum hwich India is being denying fpr last 71 years by circumventing it by sham election...... to read more
Report of Atrocities
There are thousand of independent reports from from Amnesty international, Human Right Watch and UN human right commission. The most famous being the discovery of mass graves, Kuanan Poshpura rape cases, disappeared youths, 12 gauge pellet guns etc
100 000 kashmiris had been killed
Over 2900 unmarked mass-grave found in
Rape is been used as weapon of War
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Human rights abuses in the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir state are an ongoing issue. The abuses range from mass killings, enforced disappearances, torture, rape and sexual abuse to political repression and suppression of freedom of speech. The Indian Army, Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF), Border Security Personnel (BSF) and various separatist militant groups have been accused and held accountable for committing severe human rights abuses against Kashmiri civilians