Book on human rights violations in HK launched



ISLAMABAD, May 25 (APP): A book titled “Innocence Outraged” narrating the eyewitness accounts of grave violations of human rights by Indian troops in Occupied Kashmir, was launched here Thursday. Authored by All Parties Hurriyet Conference (APHC) leader Muhammad Yousuf Naqash, the launching ceremony of the book was organized by APHC Azad Kashmir chapter.
The book describes various dimensions of gruesome incidents of abduction, rape and subsequent murder of two Kashmiri girls, Aasiya and Nilofer by the Indian occupying forces.
The books highlights the oppression that Asiya and Neelofar had to bear at the hands of government forces and their plight proves the hallow nature of Indian democracy.
The launching ceremony was followed by a seminar on human rights violations in Indian Occupied Kashmir in which speakers including Hurriyat leaders, media persons, politicians and Foreign Office spokesman Nafees Zakriya expressed their views.
Raising the issue of oppression by the Indian authorities in occupied Kashmir, Nafees Zakria said awarding Major Leetul Gogoi, who brazenly used a Kashmiri youth as a human shield, is condemnable. It is criminal act and an insult to humanity. This is not first time that the Indian occupation forces have displayed such cowardice and inhumanity, he added.
He also condemned the ban on social media in Occupied Kashmir adding that despite of ban on social media, India has failed to hide its inhumane acts.

VNS Islamabad