IIOJK: Indian forces allegedly kill three youths in encounter under scrutiny

Indian troops accused of martyring three Kashmiri youths in suspected fake encounter

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In a harrowing incident that has sent shockwaves across the region, Indian troops are alleged to have committed an act of state terrorism by martyring three young Kashmiri youths in a suspected fake encounter. This tragic event unfolded in the Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK) on a fateful Saturday.

Reports indicate that the troops carried out this operation during what they termed a ‘cordon and search’ mission in the Uri area of the Baramulla district. This incident is part of a series of violent search operations conducted by Indian forces in various regions, including Islamabad, Pulwama, Kulgam, Rajouri, and Poonch districts.

This is not an isolated occurrence, as Indian troops have previously been accused of unlawfully detaining innocent Kashmiri youths from their homes, streets, and roads, only to transport them to remote locations where they are allegedly martyred in staged encounters. These actions are believed to be motivated by a desire for promotions, awards, and cash rewards within the military ranks.

The repercussions of such heinous acts are far-reaching, as they not only result in the loss of innocent lives but also aim to tarnish the reputation of the Kashmiri people’s legitimate struggle for freedom and self-determination. Additionally, they seek to malign Pakistan’s role in advocating for the rights and aspirations of the Kashmiri population.

The international community has been urged to take immediate notice of these disturbing events and hold those responsible for such acts of violence accountable. The need for justice and the protection of human rights in the region has never been more pressing, as these reprehensible actions continue to scar the lives of Kashmiris striving for a just and peaceful future.

Shaheer Gul Khan is a final-year student of English Literature at Government College University (GCU) Lahore. Strives to create a challenging and engaging environment having editor skills in freelancing, a goal-oriented. He can be reached at Twitter @HafizShaheerGu1.


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