MOON Desk: Since the death of Burhan Wani in 2016, while the nature of the Kashmir independence movement has changed, the narrative of armed struggle and liberation from Indian coercion has been strengthened. According to government figures, more than 1000 young people have joined militant groups. These young people are highly educated. Armed militants openly meet ordinary people, and use social media. It seems that frustrated and hopeless youth in Kashmir have found a purpose in life. The most important aspect of the Kashmir struggle is the psychological aspect. Kashmiri youth and minors now think they are at war. The current generation’s hatred and dislike for India, which was considered to be the result of acts of violence by the Indian Army during the 1990s, has intensified in this decade.
International human rights organizations have expressed concern that human rights activists in Kashmir are being framed in bogus cases to stifle their voices. The adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights is the most important step in the modern world for the United Nations. They try to find out what basic human rights we as human beings have and where the horrific story of atrocities is being perpetrated around the world in violation of these rights.
United Nations Charter of Human Rights, Overview, The United Nations Charter of Human Rights states that no religious, racial, or sexual discrimination can be tolerated in respect of fundamental human rights and freedoms. Every human being is free and independent. Everyone’s self-esteem is equal. One man cannot enslave another. This charter tells us that there is no room for prejudice and discrimination in human behavior. No one can humiliate anyone. Cannot beat, torture, or kill anyone. Every human being has the right to practice his or her own religion.
Any human being can practice his or her ideas and beliefs, organize, smooth politics and public opinion. The right of every citizen of the country to health, education and employment should be equally recognized. No human being can deprive another of his rights, nor can he interfere with anyone’s freedom.
The Indian government has failed to protect religious minorities, and has resorted to brutal counter-terrorism laws to silence peaceful dissent, and foreign funding rules to silence NGOs that criticize government actions and policies.
The Indian government’s actions have led to the loss of access to employment and education. The repression has drawn criticism from the international community, including the US Congress, the European Parliament, and the United Nations Human Rights Council. UN experts have raised concerns throughout the year in India over a number of issues, including extrajudicial killings, the possible displacement of millions in Assam, the possible displacement of tribal communities and forest dwellers, and the closure of communications in Kashmir. included.
The Organization of Islamic Cooperation Permanent Commission on Human Rights has condemned the violation of Indian human rights in Kashmir on the day of exploitation. The OIC Human Rights Commission says that on the day of the siege of Kashmir, the OIC Human Rights Commission supports the demand of UN experts to address the dangerous human rights situation in Indian-occupied Kashmir.