ISLAMABAD: Organization of Islamic Cooperation has expressed deep concern on worst human rights violations of Indian authorities in Occupied Kashmir.
The concern was expressed by a delegation of Independent Permanent Human Rights Commission during the meeting with Minister for Kashmir Affairs and Gilgit-Baltistan Barjees Tahir in Islamabad on Monday.
The two sides discussed overall security situation of the region with particular reference to Human Rights violations in Indian occupied Kashmir.
The delegation informed that in order to have assessment about human rights violations in Occupied Kashmir, it had requested India for access to Occupied Kashmir but India has not given any response as yet.
The delegation said that it would continue its attempts to stop human rights violations in Occupied Kashmir.
Talking to the delegation, Barjees Tahir said the entire Hurriyat leadership is either under detention or house arrest and India is denying all Independent Human Rights Organizations an access to Occupied Kashmir for hiding information regarding human rights violations in Occupied Kashmir.
He said that the people of Kashmir have great expectations from OIC and hope that OIC will raise a stronger voice to highlight Indian atrocities at the international level.—Radio Pakistan