The protocol for the use of any crowd control weapons around the world is to aim at the legs to disperse demonstrators, but in Kashmir, the paramilitary force and police have been deliberately firing at face and head to kill, said the chairman of Tehreek-e-Hurriyat Mohammad Ashraf Sehrai on Sunday.

In a statement issued, Sehrai said, “As none of the powerful men who run Kashmir from Delhi expressed qualms over the blinding and killing of Kashmiri children.” Sehrai added, “The uprising against rule over Kashmir is neither new nor surprising but the resentment of broken promises.”

TeH chairman appealed United Nations Secretary-General to intervene and impress upon India to stop this “slow and constant genocide” of Kashmiris and facilitate the right to self-determination for the people of Kashmir.

Meanwhile, Sehrai has strongly condemned the arrest of TeH activists Imtiyaz Haider, Ashraf Laya and others and confining the resistance leadership to their houses.


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