Mirwaiz seeks international probe
Srinagar, June 17: Welcoming the UN query on 2010 Kashmir summer unrest, Chairman of Hurriyat Conference (M) on Friday sought an international probe in the killings.
“The guilty are roaming free till date and even the FIRs have not been lodged in the killings.
We demand a probe by credible international organization like European Union or UNHRC. Not only they (UN) have sought report over the killings, but have also demanded an impartial probe,” Mirwaiz said addressing the Friday congregation at historic Jamia Masjid here.
Lauding the report presented by UN Special Rapporteur, Mirwaiz said the world is now breaking silence over the Kashmir issue due to sacrifices rendered by the Kashmiris over past 20 years.
Mirwaiz further said Kashmir Diaspora especially Kashmir Centre Brussels is also playing vital role in highlighting the sufferings of Kashmiris at an international level.
“There are internal and external fronts of Kashmir issue. On internal front, there is India, Pakistan and Kashmir, while at external front there is global community,” he said.
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