Pakistan unveils dossier on war crimes by Indian occupation forces

Pakistan has presented a detailed dossier on war crimes and human rights violations in Indian-occupied Kashmir (IoK).

It is the first time that Pakistan has shared with the world the details of war crimes committed by the Indian Occupation Forces (IOF). 

Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi and National Security Adviser Dr Moeed Yusuf along with Federal Human Rights Minister Shireen Mazari unveiled the details in a presser on Sunday.

Foreign Minister Qureshi said that the decision to compile the dossier was taken due to the actions of Indian authorities after the death of Kashmiri separatist leader Syed Ali Geelani and their treatment of his family.

“We decided that considering the situation in (IoK), we should play our role and unveil the real face of this [India] government claiming to be the world’s biggest democracy before the world,” he said.

The dossier comprises of incriminating audio, video and documentary evidence on gross human rights violations, war crimes, genocide and torture against the Kashmiris by the “fascist Modi regime” in the Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK).

The 131-page document, along with multimedia comprising 15 audio and several video recordings, GPS data coordinates of five Indian funded and managed ISIS (ISKP) training camps, graphic pictures of victims of the suspected use of chemical weapons also carried documentary proofs of how the Narendra Modi regime was trying to portray the Kashmir Freedom Struggle as a terrorist activity.

Pakistani officials demanded of the International community including the United Nations and its relevant Human Rights machinery, civil society organizations, media houses and other defenders of human rights to fulfil their obligations towards besieged Kashmiris by playing their part to “end the Indian rule of tyranny and oppression” in the occupied territories.

The dossier covers accounts of 3,432 cases of war crimes in which 1,178 personnel of Indian occupation forces have been found to be involved including one Major General, four Inspectors General, seven Deputy Inspectors-General, five Brigadiers, 31 Colonels and 188 Majors and Captains.

It includes gruesome details of the Indian atrocities since 1989 that include:

  • Over 96,000 extra-judicial killings
  • 162,000 cases of arbitrary arrests and torture
  • Oover 25,000 pellet gun injuries
  • Rape of 11,250 women,
  • 23,000 women were widowed
  • Over 108,000 children orphaned

The document also provided details of the 8,652 unmarked mass graves that have been identified in 89 villages of 6 districts in IIOJK.

Since 2014, more than 30,000 people have faced 31 forms of torture including water-boarding; forced starvation, sleep deprivation and burning of bodies. 37 Kashmiris burnt alive by Indian forces were completely beyond recognition.

The latest dossier focuses on Kashmir and points out that with coming into power by the Indian hardliner BJP in 2014, “human rights violations in IIOJK reached epic proportions, and accounts of human suffering are reminiscent of dark ages.”

Pakistan’s last dossier shared by FM Shah Mehmood Qureshi and Director General ISPR Maj Gen Babar Iftikhar in November last year revealed how Indian intelligence RAW in collaboration with the Afghan intelligence NDS was running 66 training camps to prepare terrorists working for TTP, ISKP, BLA and smaller outfits.

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