Welcoming the letter from the members of the European Parliament to the European Commission and the Foreign Minister of the European Union on the serious human rights situation in Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, the AJK President, Sardar Masood Khan said that India could no longer hide its crimes from the international community. Commenting on a joint letter written by sixteen Members of European Parliament (MEPs) and send out to the President of the Commission Ursula Von Der Leyen and the Vice President of the Commission Josep Borrell, President Masood thanked the MEPs for their latest move to raise voice against the violations of human rights in occupied Kashmir. The State President also commended the Chairman Kashmir Council, EU, Ali Raza Syed and the role of the Pakistani and Kashmiri community in Europe for their effective campaign to highlight the Kashmir issue in Europe and European Parliament through their elected representatives. He said that the MEPs very rightly convey to the EU officials their grave concerns at the abuses of human rights and the state of fundamental freedoms in the Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir. The President said that the fact is that the situation in IOJK is not just confined to human rights violations but systematic genocide is going on there as the 900,000 Indian troops are using their unbridled powers under black laws to commit war crimes and crimes against humanity. He said young people in the occupied territory are being branded as terrorists, killed in fake encounters, injured, and maimed in the cordon and search operations. After August 2019, thousands of young people were arrested and locked up in various jails in IOJK and India. He went on to say that the brutal incidents against men, women, and even children and senior citizens including the entire leadership in occupied Kashmir had been arrested and put behind bars for their only sin that they were demanding the right to self-determination. The President of Azad Kashmir said that the people of occupied Kashmir have been under military siege for the last two years and their basic and civil rights have been taken away and now the situation is that India has illegally deported more than four million Hindus in the last year and India has launched a nefarious project to turn the majority of Muslims into a minority by settling non-Kashmiri Hindus in the occupied state. President Masood appealed to the head of Kashmir Council EU, Syed Ali Raza, and the Kashmiri and Pakistani community to hold meetings, processions, and seminars on August 5, on completion of two years of the Indian government’s illegal actions in IOJK and condemn Indian actions and draw the attention of the international community towards the human rights situation in Occupied Kashmir. Kashmir is an internationally recognised dispute: Fakhar Imam: Federal Minister for National Food Security and Research Syed Fakhar Imam said on Sunday that Jammu and Kashmir was an internationally recognised dispute. Talking to APP, Syed Fakhar Imam stated that Modi government revoked the special status of Jammu and Kashmir on August 5, 2019 which was clear violation of UN charter. Modi government deputed 800-thousand troops in the valley and they were subjecting local people to torture. The Jammu and Kashmir was one of the biggest regions in term of military presence. He, however added, no one can deprive Kashmiris from their right to self-determination. Kashmiri’s struggle for freedom will surely succeed. The Kashmiris are heading towards independence with every passing day, he remarked. The federal minister also hailed Prime Minister Imran Khan for raising Kashmir issue at all global forums in amicable way. About 95,000 Kashmiris have embraced martyrdom and their sacrifices will not go waste, said Fakhar Imam. Over 300-thousand citizens joined funeral prayer of Burhan Wani. The international community should play role as human rights violations are on increase in the Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK). Women, kids and youngsters were facing brutalities of the occupied forces.