In Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, the occupying forces martyred three more innocent Kashmiris in indiscriminate firing in Sopore town, today (Saturday).
The Indian police resorted to firing in a vindictive action after two of their personnel were killed and three others including an assistant-sub-inspector injured in an attack by unknown persons in the area. The protesters raised high-pitched pro-freedom slogans and denounced the killings by Indian police.
The All Parties Hurriyat Conference spokesman in a statement said Jammu and Kashmir is a disputed territory recognized by the United Nations and India has no right to erode its legal or territorial position.
The spokesman asked the UN Secretary General, Antonio Guterres, to take serious note of the Indian illegal moves to eliminate the Muslim majority character of a UN-mandated disputed territory.
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On the other hand, speakers of a seminar organized by Kashmir Council Europe at the European Press Club in Brussels urged the international community not to allow India to change demographic and territorial situation of disputed territory of Jammu and Kashmir.