Indian Misusing Forces in Jammu Kashmir: Amnesty
Jammu and Kashmir human rights organization Amnesty International misuse of force against protesters calling Pathan village unacceptable killing of a young student has demanded an impartial investigation.
According to media reports under international law to ensure the safety of life emphasizing Mohammad Maqbool Butt and Mohammad afsl Guru Amnesty International said that the organization is opposed to the death penalty for any person.
Amnesty International’s program director Shamir Babu, 3 days ago in north Kashmir Pathan village in the evening protest, police forces, resulting in a 20-year-old student Farooq Ahmad Qadri shot dead a full and impartial investigation on the by emphasizing the inquiry personnel involved should be standing in a court of law.
The Bandipora district of north Kashmir military helicopter crashed, really large army Lt. Col. Gulathy and killed the pilot, Major Tahir Khan. Poonch district in the Indian Border Security Force personnel Vir Singh shot himself with his service rifle.
However, it was immediately taken to hospital where his condition is said to be critical. Meanwhile, world-renowned tourist attractions in Gulmarg Trahjan katudh snow falling in the 28-year-old tourist guide were killed and 3 others were trapped Bashir Ahmad Bakshi.
Meanwhile, Syed Ali Gilani in the area occupied by the Indian army and police repression has expressed serious concern over the mounting. Gilani said in a statement issued in Srinagar authorities illegally detained APHC leaders, workers and the youth immediately and will continue unannounced curfew and restrictions, as Indian police at night Bullying has entered the homes occupants.