Probe into missing cases: Hurriyat-M

Srinagar: Hurriyat Conference -M Thursday stressed upon the world community and international human rights organization to exert pressure on India to investigate thousands of enforced disappearances cases in Kashmir so as to bring the truth in public domain

Demanding the return of the victims of enforced disappearances, Hurriyat Conference-M leaders stated that more than 9 thousand people were picked up by the state whose fate was still not known. They further stated that more than 8000 unmarked graves have been found dotting the Kashmiri landscape, adding, it is was the moral duty of world community and international rights organization to demand the investigation into such cases to know the fate of the victims of enforced disappearances.

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