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Indian troops kill two young Kashmiri, Chattisinghpora massacre probe demanded

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(Srinagar-AlummahWorld, 30 Jumada I, 1436, 21 March 2015) In occupied Kashmir, Indian troops reportedly killed two youth during an attack on an army camp in Samba district of Jammu and Kashmir on Saturday.

Two army men including a major reportedly were also injured in the attack. A civilian is also reported to have been injured in the attack. Meanwhile, three Indian Army men were reportedly killed and several others injured when two unknown armed persons attacked a camp in Kathua, on March 20. The attackers stormed the camp in Rajbagh area of Kathua and opened fire, killing three troops and injuring nine others. Leadership of Occupied Jammu and Kashmir criticizing Narendar Modi led Indian government for mass killing of Kashmiri youth.

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On the other hand, three Indian Army men were killed and several others injured when two unknown armed persons attacked a camp in Kathua, on Friday.
The attackers reportedly stormed the camp in Rajbagh area of Kathua and opened fire, killing three soldiers and injuring nine others. The Army men resorted to indiscriminate firing resulting in the killing of the assailants. One civilian was killed while another was injured in the shootout.
The Chairman of All Parties Hurriyet Conference, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq, addressing a gathering at Jamia Masjid in Srinagar, appealed to the international community to conduct impartial probe into Chattisinghpora massacre and other such incidents in the territory to bring the involved Indian troops to justice. Thirty-five members of Sikh community were killed in disguise by Indian troops in Chattisinghpora area of Islamabad district on this day in 2000 on the eve of the then US President, Bill Clinton’s visit to India.

The veteran Hurriyet leader, Syed Ali Gilani, in a statement issued in Srinagar said that his forum would support only that dialogue process which would be aimed at settling the Kashmir dispute in accordance with the Kashmiris’ aspirations. He said that Kashmir was not a border dispute between Pakistan and India but an issue pertaining to the future of millions of Kashmiris whose involvement in the dialogue was imperative to make it meaningful and result-oriented.
APHC leaders, Zafar Akbar Butt and Syed Bashir Andrabi, addressing public gatherings in different areas said that permanent peace could not be established in South Asia without settlement of the Kashmir dispute.

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Hurriyet leaders, Mushtaq-ul-Islam, Shabbir Ahmad Dar, Muhammad Yousuf Naqash and Muhammad Iqbal Mir in a joint statement in Srinagar said that Hindu extremist forces of India wanted to impose their agenda in occupied Kashmir but Kashmiri people would not allow them to succeed in their designs.


In Geneva, Kashmiri representative, Syed Faiz Naqshbandi, addressing the 28th session of the UN Human Rights Council said that children were the worst victims of Indian state terrorism in occupied Kashmir. He appealed to the Council to take cognizance of the plight of the children in Kashmir and other conflict zones in the world.