Jama'at-e-Islami Jammu and Kashmir on Sunday accused New Delhi of hoodwinking international community about ground situation in Kashmir.
"India is hoodwinking world community by raising so-called terrorism and developmental issues to be addressed and disallowing the groups and commissions pertaining to human rights who sought Indian approval for visiting Kashmir wherein they can review grave human rights violations made by New-Delhi," Jama'at spokesperson said in a statement.
"Killing of teenagers like Nasir Shafi and Basit Mukhtar should serve an eye opener to world community who so far has failed to raise its voice against brutalities upon helpless and hapless Kashmiris. Forces are hell bent upon to kill innocents with bullets, shells and pellets who committed no crime but only to protest against the highhandedness of forces who killed and maimed 87 innocents so far since July 8," the statement.
"Meanwhile, Ameer-e-Jama'at Ghulam Muhammad Bhat today visited sub-jail Kothibagh wherein he inquired the health condition of Advocate Zahid Ali, spokesperson of Jama'at who is feeling health disorder since last week. At the moment, Ghulam Muhammad Bhat met Muslim League activist Javed Ahmad Najar who is also detained in the same jail," the statement added.