The Kashmiris are under strict lock down and its been two weeks. The International agencies and human rights organizations have raised serious questions on this issue.
According to the international agencies, India has no rights to treat the people of Jammu and Kashmir in a bad manner and the international community must come together to call for their human rights to be respected. India is committing serious human rights violations that are adding unnecessary pain and distress to the people of Jammu and Kashmir.
Secretary General of Amnesty International Kumi Naidoo reiterated his call to the Indian government to act in accordance with international human rights law and standards towards the people living in occupied Kashmir. The Amnesty International shared “We reiterate our calls to the Indian government to act in accordance with international human rights law and standards towards people living in Jammu and Kashmir, including in relation to arrests and detentions of political opponents, and the rights to liberty and freedom of movement.”
The Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) had a special session on request of Pakistan. They also urged India to immediately stop the curfew in Indian occupied Kashmir and make efforts to resolve this issue with peace.