ISLAMABAD: The tragic tragedy at the hands of Indian forces in Srinagar, Occupied Kashmir, turned 30 years old today.
According to the details, all the pages of the history of Occupied Kashmir are red with blood due to the atrocities of the Indian Army. Indiscriminate firing on people in the bazaar.
In this incident, 32 innocent Kashmiris, including women and children, were killed by the firing of the Indian Army.
A Foreign Office spokesman said in a special statement that the Chhota Bazaar tragedy in Srinagar turned 30 years old today but the victims of the tragedy are still waiting for justice after 30 years.
“Is the UN waiting for the last Kashmiri to die?”
The spokesman said that the killing of Kashmiris by India continues even today, but Indian atrocities cannot suppress the struggle of Kashmiris for independence, demanded that the international community stop the series of Indian atrocities.
It should be noted that this is an incident of June 11, 1991, in which unarmed and innocent Kashmiris were shot in a crowded bazaar, which speaks volumes of brutality. In the last 30 years, Kashmiris have witnessed hundreds of such incidents. Whether it is the Chhota Bazaar tragedy or the Kanan Poshpura tragedy or any other incident, all these incidents are proof of India’s brutality and brutality.