Coinciding with the ongoing 77th UN General Assembly Session in New York, the world is observing International Day of Peace, today (Wednesday), which is meaningless for around 15 million Kashmiris who are facing the worst state terrorism let loose by India in occupied Jammu and Kashmir for the past 75 years.
A report released by Kashmir Media Service in connection with the day, today, said that day-to-day killings including that of top resistance leaders Syed Ali Gilani and Muhammad Ashraf Sehrai in fake encounters and in custody mock the global celebrations of the peace day.
The report maintained that 21 September is dedicated to the global peace, but the same continues to elude South Asia for the past more than seven decades due to the free license enjoyed by the brutal Indian occupation troops to carry out massacre of the Kashmiri people with impunity.
APHC leaders Abdul Ahad Parra, Zamrooda Habib, Yasmeen Raja, Dr Musaib, Jammu and Kashmir Peoples League in their separate statements issued in Srinagar urged heads of states participating in the ongoing UN General Assembly Session to unanimously raise the voice for prosecution of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his henchmen for war crimes in occupied Jammu and Kashmir.
They warned that India is endangering the regional as well as global peace by resorting to the nefarious tactics to change the demographic composition of the territory.