Khadija Zareen Condemns Human Rights Violations in Indian Occupied Kashmir

Islamabad, Pakistan – Khadija Zareen, the Chairperson of the Khadija Zareen Foundation (KZF), voiced strong condemnation for the ongoing human rights violations in Indian Occupied Kashmir. Speaking to the media, she urged the international community to take immediate notice of the reported violations perpetrated by Indian forces against the Kashmiri population.

Khadija Zareen emphasized the need for global attention to the situation in Kashmir, highlighting the urgency of addressing the blatant disregard for basic human rights. She pointed out that the international community has a responsibility to intervene and ensure the protection of the Kashmiri people from any further violations.

“Kashmiris have long suffered from the consequences of conflict, and it is disheartening to witness continuous human rights abuses in the region. The international community must not remain silent in the face of such violations,” stated Khadija Zareen.

She called for the implementation of the United Nations resolutions granting the people of Kashmir the right to self-determination. Khadija Zareen urged diplomatic efforts to facilitate a peaceful resolution to the longstanding Kashmir issue and emphasized the importance of upholding the principles of justice and human rights.

“The right of self-determination for the people of Kashmir, as outlined in the UN resolutions, should be respected and implemented. It is crucial for fostering a just and lasting solution to the Kashmir conflict,” she added.

Khadija Zareen expressed solidarity with the Kashmiri population and called for sustained international pressure on India to address the human rights concerns in the region. The Chairperson also urged diplomatic channels to engage in meaningful dialogue to bring about a peaceful resolution that respects the rights and aspirations of the people of Kashmir.

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