Many Pakistanis observe the Kashmir Solidarity Day on 5th February each year to express their help to the Kashmiris in the battle for their freedom to self-assurance under the United Nations (UN) resolution. February 5 is the day which mirrors the want of human rights loving individuals of the world that India must leave Kashmir and give Kashmiris their entitlement to freedom. Indian powers unlawfully, compellingly and in conspicuous infringement of universal law occupied Kashmiris’ territory, which began darkest period in J&K history. State fear based oppression that India released on unarmed helpless Kashmiris has antagonistically influenced more than a million Kashmiris. More than 1m Kashmiris stand influenced by the Indian security powers regarding slaughters, additional legal killings, arranged experiences and sorted out shaming of ladies combined with subjective capture of many thousands with their destiny obscure for a considerable length of time. Since 1948, Kashmir is a major issue for the UN that is the reason numerous civil arguments and discourses are made on it however the last outcome is yet to come. Indian occupation armed force is damaging the human rights, which is expanding step by step as per a report, add up to killings of pure people were 94,874 while 1,142,000 people have been captured. Besides, 22,764 ladies have been harmed, 11,026 ladies have been attacked and more than 107,441 children have progressed toward becoming orphans.
The Indian security powers have been given uncheck power to violate human rights in Kashmir as part of the Armed Forces Special Power Act (AFSPA) and Public Safety Act (PSA). AFSPA licenses the military to capture anybody and enter any property without a warrant. They are approved to flame upon or generally utilize constrain against tranquil dissenters. Since the initiation of Kashmiris’ flexibility battle in 1989, the IHK has turned out to be one of the world’s most thickly hostile regions as 1 million Indian security powers have been sent there to pulverize the opportunity battle. Since 1989, around 65% Kashmiris have seen blasts, 39% saw harm to individual property, 85% Kashmiris saw cross fire, 64% Kashmiris are experiencing uneasiness, 87% Kashmiris have been searched by security powers, 48% Kashmiris think they are not protected, 99% have seen crackdowns, and 75% have experienced torment while in detainment. The most well-known disease endured by Kashmiris is depression. Struggle related depression in Indian-held Kashmir uncovers that this predominant disease in Kashmiri’s populace is more than 55%. The Srinagar Psychiatry Hospital was filled by more than 100,000 patients a year ago when contrasted with 1700 patients in 1989.
Kashmir issue isn’t just of land; however, it is likewise the issue of illicit control of people and infringement of the Kashmiris’ political, ideological and fundamental rights. The present circumstance in possessed Kashmir has uncovered the merciless face of India to the world as there is no counterpart for India’s severity and barbarianism. Also, the circumstance of human rights has turned out to be more awful in Kashmir as many youths are missing, there exists no cell or informal organization, individuals are uninformed about their friends and family and United Nations is unsuccessful in approaching the regions as well as in the usage of its own resolutions. Resultantly, many Kashmiri individuals have died in the reaction of the brutal slaughtering of Burhan Wani, a youthful freedom fighter, by the Indian armed forces.
Since Kashmiris have turned out to be acclimated with the brutality exacted on them, they are indifferent to any issues related to the world. When pellets were first splashed at dissidents in the summer of 2010, the clear majority handled this as simply another incident; simply one more component of the war in Kashmir. If one somehow happened to draw a chart of the ambushes caused on Kashmiri bodies throughout the decades, scarcely a little part would stay unmarked.
Moreover, the Indian security powers have utilized more than 1.7 million pellets to control riots. Therefore, more than 400 Kashmiris have been completely blinded by the utilization of pellet weapons and more than 1200 have experienced pellet wounds impeding their visual perception to different degrees and notwithstanding causing perpetual loss of vision. This proceeds with confinement of Hurriyat pioneers Syed Ali Gilani and Mirwaiz Umar Farooq in shaky and unbearable conditions, cruel and sub-standard condition in which Yasin Malik had been kept without legitimate restorative treatment are issues of gigantic concern.
More carnage can be expected unless the security powers avoid falling back on utilization of fierce power. The Indian Government must stop bloodshed of innocent Kashmiris and it should regard UN Charter, satisfy its commitments under global human rights and humanitarian laws and execute UN Security Council Resolutions on Kashmir. The so called superpowers should stop with the hypocrisy and break their silence on the atrocities on the Kashmiri’s by the Indian armed forces. The international community should take notice of the violation of human rights in IOK.