human rights violations

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27 civilians killed by Indian army in 1994, ‘Indian troops obstructed investigations’:Police

 Srinagar, Nov 20: The Jammu and Kashmir local Police have held Indian Army responsible for the killing of 27 civilians in Kupwara in 1994.

Indian Army man kills 2 women

Poonch, March 7, 2012: An Indian trooper of Territorial Army went berserk in Poonch town of Jammu and Kashmir and killed two women and injured two others on Wednesday.

Indian police of Haryana beat up, thrash Kashmiri student

Srinagar, Feb 6, 2012: In India, in yet another incident of violence against Kashmiris, particularly students, police abused, thrashed and harassed without any reason a Kashmiri student pursuing engineering in a private engineering college in Haryana  which has created fear psychosis among Kashmiri students in the college.

AI demands repeal of black law, Indian froops must face trial for violations

London, 7 February 2012: The world human rights organization, Amnesty International, has reiterated its demand for the repeal of the black law, Armed Forces Special Powers Act from Kashmir.

Indiscriminate firing killed a civilian in Sopore town

Srinagar, January 7, 2011: A civilian, thirty-year-old shopkeeper was killed and three civilians were injured in Sopore town on Saturday when Special Operations Group (SOG), escort of Superintendent of Police (SP) and Central Reserve Police Force fired in the town. The victim was identified as, Meraj-ud-Din Hajam, 30, son of Ghulam Ahmad a resident of Shahgund Sumbal Hajim in Bandipora. Father of two kids, Mehrajuddin was running a shop in main market of the town.

He was running a embroidery shop for last five years, the local said. 

Journalists covering protests beaten, detained in Kashmir

Srinagar, Friday, 25 November 2011: Three journalists including An Associated Press cameraman were thrashed by police and Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) personnel and another was detained while covering protests in the Srinagar city, today.

Shahid Tantray, a photojournalist working for Dainik Bhaskar, was arrested at Nowhatta police station while he was covering a protest in the old city.

Nowhatta police station SHO Iqbal Shah confirmed Tantray was detained during protests.

91 Civilians killed, 494 Injured in police firing in Kashmir 2010

New Delhi, Nov 23, 2011: Ninety-one civilians were killed and 494 others were injured in police firing in Jammu and Kashmir in 2010, the Indian Rajya Sabha was informed on Wednesday.

سوپور کے28سالہ ایم اے ایکو نا میکس کاطالب علم خو رشید احمد بٹ عرف عادل ولد ولی محمد بٹ کا ابھی تک کوئی سراغ نہیں ملا

نومبر22 2011, : اکےس سال قبل سی آر پی ایف کے ہاتھوں گرفتار شمالی قصبہ سوپور کے28سالہ ایم اے ایکو نا میکس کاطالب علم خو رشید احمد بٹ عرف عادل ولد ولی محمد بٹ کا ابھی تک کوئی سراغ نہیں ملا اور رشتہ داروں ابھی بھی آ س لگائے بیٹھے ہیں آج نہیں تو کل ان کا بیٹا ضرورواپس لوٹے گا۔25ستمبر 1990کو 50بٹالیں سی ٓر پی ایف اہلکاروں نے ڈی ایس پی میمان لکھا سنگھ اور ومن موہن شرما عرف جیوتی سنگھ کی قیادت میں انہیں اقبال مارکیٹ سوپور میں اپنی دکان سے گرفتار کر لیا۔28سالہ خورشید احمد بٹ کے بڑے بھائی بشیر احمد بٹ نے کہا کہ 25ستمبر 1990 کو ان کو سوپور میں اپنے لایٹ اینڈ سا ونڈ کے دکان پر سے صبح قریب سوا

14,231 custodial deaths from 2001 to 2010 in India and Kashmir: ACHR

New Delhi, November 21, 2011 : In New Delhi, the Asian Centre for Human Rights(ACHR), in a report said that 14,231 persons had been killed in custody in India from 2001 to 2010. The report pointed out that custodial rape remains one of the worst forms of torture perpetrated on women by law enforcement personnel in India.

Troops beat up injured 8 detainees

Srinagar, September  28 :  Indian troops beat up and injured  eight political prisoners in District Jail Baramulla. Personnel of Indian Central Reserve Police Force and Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) men ruthlessly beat up and injured the detainees when the prisoners peacefully took demonstrations against the miseries and injustice perpetrated by the jail authority.

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