International human rights organizations have announced demonstrations and rallies in solidarity with the oppressed Kashmiris on August 5, one year after the illegal move to end Kashmir’s special status.
According to the International News Agency, social organizations working for the rights of black Americans, Palestinians, Uighurs and Rohingyas around the world have expressed solidarity with the struggle of the people of Occupied Jammu and Kashmir against the Hindu extremist government of India. Announced Protests outside Indian consulates in various countries will demand the lifting of sanctions imposed by India on occupied Kashmir.
Demonstrations and seminars will be organized by human rights organizations at the international level against the illegal move of August 5 by the Modi government. In addition, a digital human chain will be set up around the United Nations to show solidarity with Kashmiris.
It should be noted that on 5th 2019, the Modi Government of India had unilaterally taken an unconstitutional and controversial step to repeal Article 370 of the Constitution to end the special status of Occupied Kashmir, which has been completed for a year. The valley was turned into the world’s largest prison in view of the possible backlash against the move, and India still has restrictions on movement and media in occupied Jammu and Kashmir.
“Global media exposes Indian atrocities”
American and British newspapers, including the BBC, TRT, Al Jazeera, France 24, brought the voice of Kashmiris to the world at a time when the Internet was completely blocked in occupied Kashmir and the Indian government was trumpeting the normalcy in the occupied valley.
The BBC also raised its voice against the transfer of Kashmiri youth to quota cells during protests in the occupied valley. Kashmir Indian Army accused of torture – BBC News Kashmir Indian Army accused of torture – BBC News British broadcasters have repeatedly published detailed reports on the situation of helplessness and fear in occupied Kashmir.
TRT opposed India’s illegal move through video reports. Al Jazeera did not remain silent on the ongoing atrocities in the occupied valley. American newspapers including New York Times, Wall Street Journal and British newspapers also exposed the atrocities of Indian forces in the occupied valley