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Sharif presents dossier on rights violations in Kashmir

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  23 Sep 2016 12:00 AM GMT

New York, Sept 22: Pakistani Prime Minister waz Sharif has presented a dossier containing details of violations in Kashmir to UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon. The Prime Minister on Wednesday night apprised Ban of the plight of the Kashmiri people who he said were victims of Indian brutality in the region which have continued ubated since the July 8 killing of Hizbul Mujahideen commander Burhan Wani which sparked violent protests and clashes, Dawn online reported. The indiscrimite use of pellet guns which have blinded hundreds, including women and children, was reflective of the barbaric mindset of Indian security forces, waz told Ban. India also continues to resort to repressive measures such as curfews, incarceration of Kashmiri leaders and denial of medical treatment to the injured, especially those blinded and poisoned by pellet gunfire, Sharif added. The dossier contained photographic evidence of victims of pellet guns. The Prime Minister emphasised that India must be urged to abide by UN Security Council resolutions on Kashmir and also reiterated his demand of an independent inquiry into extra-judicial killings, demanding a UN fact-finding mission be sent to investigate the situation. Sharif thanked the UN chief for his strong and supportive statements on the situation in Kashmir, and Ban praised Pakistan for its prominent and active role in the UN and its contribution for peace and security. The meeting with the Secretary General comes after the premier addressed the UN General Assembly in New York City. (IANS)

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