ISLAMABAD: Pakistan on Tuesday asked the United Nations Human Rights Council as well as the global community to surrender politically driven double standard on civils rights, specifically in Occupied Kashmir, as well as hold the abusers accountable for their actions as opposed to calming them.
Federal Priest for Human Rights Dr Shireen Mazari, in a video statement at the top-level section of the 46th Human Rights Council session, drew the council’s interest in the direction of Occupied Kashmir, which she said was witnessing “a full-blown human rights crisis”.
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In her statements, the priest likewise touched upon expanding Islamophobia, spread of state-sponsored disgust as well as dehumanisation of the oppressed on the pretense of civil liberty or secularism. Calling out the basic holders of civils rights on their alleged pretension, she stated they “prioritise political, calculated as well as commercial passions over human rights values and also principles”.
The priest regretted that even public ask for accountability of a few of the powerful and ‘friendly’ states were conspicuously missing.
Mazari claims 8m Kashmiris have been caged in one of the planet’s largest prisoner-of-war camp
Highlighting the exacerbating situation in Occupied Kashmir, Dr Mazari claimed concerning “eight million Kashmiris have actually been caged up in among the globe’s largest prisoner-of-war camp. Using oppressive laws, Indian pressures have actually heightened systematic use of summary implementations, torture and rape as a tool”.
She additionally mentioned the encounters presented by the Indian security forces, charge of cumulative punishment on neighborhoods, use of real-time ammos, consisting of pellet gunshots, against serene protesters and also spiritual celebrations.
The priest recalled that a large number of politicians, protestors as well as reporters have been placed in jails by the Indian government without due process.
“Cowed by take on aboriginal voices, Indian soldiers are gagging regional media, bugging reporters and carrying out reprisal strikes versus civils rights protectors,” she included.
Dr Mazari stated Indian pressures enjoyed complete immunity in held Kashmir for their criminal activities and also excessive use force versus the regional population.
“Not a solitary member of Indian army has until now been prosecuted for the widely documented human infractions in the occupied territory, consisting of the mass rape of Kashmiri ladies in the villages of Kunan as well as Poshpura in 1991– simply among the many such instances of use of rape as a tool by the occupying pressures,” she remarked.
Concerning Indian actions to alter the demography of the occupied region for transforming its Muslim majority right into a minority, she claimed this was being done on an “unprecedented” range as well as over 3 million non-Kashmiris have been unlawfully given Kashmiri citizenship; permitted permanent negotiation, as well as purchase of homes and also lands, as well as they were taking up regional jobs in the busy area.
The civils rights priest reminded the council of two of its reports on held Kashmir in 2018 and also 2019 that had been appointed by the High Commissioner for Human Rights and also the Joint Declaration on Jammu and Kashmir, endorsed by greater than 50 states at the 42nd session.
The council, she said, while applying the suggestions of the two records need to establish an independent payment of questions to examine and report human rights offenses in occupied Jammu as well as Kashmir.
She further asked High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet to proceed with the Kashmir reporting process in workout of her surveillance and also prevention required.
“Appeasement or inaction are no alternatives. Doing so will only embolden the abuser. Let us not repeat errors of the past but instead demonstrate the courage to stand securely on the appropriate side of the background,” she asserted.