Srinagar: While reacting on the report of Un High Commissioner for Human Rights in Kashmir, Kashmir Centre for Social and Developmental Studies on Thursday said that the “report has broken a new moment which would cause global churning and compel countries to revisit their myopic Indian doctored stance on Kashmir”.
It added “after a long time parched land has got some unexpected rain from a quarter which has maintained studied silence over the “political dispute” in Kashmir,
It said that the “military rule” and the “genocidal project” of the Indian state in response to the demand for exercising the right to self determination by Kashmiri’s for over thirty years of active struggle.
Today report comes after a lapse of decades of its active engagement with Kashmir from 1948 to 1956 when it passed a slew of resolutions on how to resolve the dispute.
“Notwithstanding the negative views about the power of UN to change anything here on the ground, this report is first of its kind since 50’s,” it said.
“For the past thirty years since Kashmir has been burning, UN has never passed such candid scathing indictment on India for violating Kashmiri’s rights and denying them their right to self determination”.
“It will also help in demystifying Indian facade of democracy in Kashmir and expose its real military rule on the ground”.
“Such report matters in international reckoning and would help create an atmosphere which would greatly embarrass the trigger happy state,” it said.
It added “if Indian government has still some remnants of moral sense, it would introspect and change its fascist course and let Kashmir’s be on their own away from forcible military control and in case it rejects it that will also expose her internationally”.