ISLAMABAD — The top of world’s largest bloc of Muslim international locations has expressed concern over human rights violations in India-managed Kashmir, which has seen weeks of lethal clashes between Muslim protesters and police.
Iyad Madani, the secretary-common of fifty seven-member Group of Islamic Cooperation, advised a information convention in Pakistan that the scenario in Kashmir was deteriorating and urged the worldwide group to behave.
Not less than sixty three civilians have been killed within the Himalayan area, principally by Indian forces, because the killing of a prime insurgent chief final month set off renewed protests in opposition to Indian rule.
Kashmir is split between India and Pakistan and claimed by each. Most Kashmiris need an finish to Indian rule and favor independence or a merger with Pakistan.
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