Modi government being criticized over Indian Atrocities in Kashmir: Report

According to the Baaghi TV report, in accordance to Amnesty International, Indian forces martyred an innocent child in Islamabad district, which is the worst violation of human rights. Amnesty International India’s Executive Director Avinash Kumar bashed Modi government.

Avinash Kumar said that the Indian government should immediately investigate the death of the child and take strict action against those responsible for the death of the child. It may be recalled that a few days ago, Indian forces martyred three more Kashmiris in occupied Jammu and Kashmir.

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According to Kashmir Media Service (KMS), terrorism by Indian forces continues in occupied Jammu and Kashmir and even today Indian forces martyred 3 more Kashmiris in Pulwama district.

It may be recalled that the child was martyred by the Indian forces under the pretext of a search operation in Islamabad district. Amnesty International has exposed Modi’s, calling the child’s death the worst human rights violation.

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Amnesty International India’s Executive Director Avinash Kumar has slammed the Modi government, calling the incident the worst violation of the Geneva Conventions. He also demanded immediate investigation into the child’s death and arrest of those responsible and stern action.

On the other hand, India raided the house of Tauseef Sheikh, who was martyred in a fake encounter two years ago, in Rampura area of ​​Kulgam district and tried to arrest his sister Rafiqa, but the soldiers took away the mother of the martyr.

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In a statement, Amnesty International strongly condemned the killing of a minor by Indian troops during a siege and search operation in Islamabad district. Reacting strongly to the killing of the child, the organization said that the incident was a blatant violation of human life and basic principles of humanity.

Avinash Kumar, executive director of Amnesty International India, said in a statement in New Delhi that the authorities should investigate the incident and bring the perpetrators to justice. The statement said that the killing of civilians was a violation of Article 3 of the Fourth Geneva Convention of 1949.

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