Srinagar, Jan 12: Hurriyat Conference (M) has expressed serious concern over the discovery of 60 more unmarked graves in central Kashmir.
In a statement today, a spokesman of the Hurriyat (M) said, “The spokesman appealed to the international human rights organizations to take a serious notice of the recent discovery of graves in central Kashmir.
Jammu Kashmir Salvation Movement has expressed serious concern over the discovery of more unmarked graves in twin districts of Srinagar and Budgam in central Kashmir by a human rights group named ‘Voice of Victims’.
In a statement, a spokesman of JKSM said, “Discovery more unmarked graves have put people of valley especially those whose near and dear ones are missing or have been forcibly disappeared by the security agencies, in a deeper dilemma.”
Chairman Jammu and Kashmir People’s League Mukhtar Ahmad Waza today hailed the efforts of “Voice of Victims”---- a human rights group working for discovery of more unmarked graves in Valley, and urged the international community to probe into the cases of unmarked graves as thousands of families were still waiting for their nears and dears who were subjected to enforced disappeared disappearance.
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