IIOJK: UK law firm seeks arrest of Indian Army Chief

In the wake of atrocities against innocent Kashmiris in the Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu And Kashmir (IIOJK), a request has been made for the arrest of the Indian Army Chief in UK.

A British law firm has claimed that the Indian army chief and interior minister are behind human rights atrocities in Occupied Kashmir (IIOJK) against innocent Kashmiri families. 

London-based Stoke White Law firm has demanded that British police arrest the Indian army chief and Interior Minister. According to reports, Stoke White Law has claimed that they have evidence of the atrocities committed by General Manoj Mukund Naravane and Home Minister Amit Shah in the Indian Occupied Kashmir. The evidence proves that the Indian Army Chief and Amit Shah are involved in the violence and kidnappings of social workers in IIOJK.

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The London-based law firm has filed a petition with British police seeking the arrest of India’s army chief and a senior Indian government official over his alleged role in war crimes in occupied Kashmir.

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According to Baaghi TV reports, the international law firm which has a tradition of pursuing justice, Stoke White says it has submitted evidence to the Metropolitan Police’s War Crimes Unit and described how the Indian Army, led by Army Chief and Home Minister Amit Shah, was responsible for the torture, abduction and killing of workers, journalists and civilians in Kashmir. The law firm’s report is based on the period between 2020 and 2021, with more than 2,000 testimonies provided as evidence. It also provided evidence that eight unidentified senior Indian military personnel were directly involved in war crimes and violence in Kashmir.

The request was made to London police under the principle of “global jurisdiction”, which empowers to prosecute perpetrators of crimes against humanity anywhere in the world, an international law firm in London said. Stoke White’s director of international law said he hoped the report would be sent to British police to investigate. “We are asking the British government to do its duty and investigate and arrest them.”

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The British firm also included in the evidence a request from Zia Mustafa’s family, who had been extrajudicially executed. In 2021, he was released from prison and martyred by the Indian Army.

The law firm’s investigation suggested that there has been an increase in inhumane violence, killings, and abuse in Kashmir during the Coronavirus epidemic and during the rule of Hindu nationalist leader Narendra Modi. The report also details the arrest of Khurram Pervez, one of the region’s most prominent human rights activists, by Indian counter-terrorism authorities last year.

The full report by Stoke White Ltd. is linked below!

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