has also sought information about the procedure which was followed in the burial.
As such, the APDP
is meant to be a generator of jobs and industrial development.
estimates around 10,000 people went missing, presumed kidnapped during the nearly two-decade-old separatist movement in Kashmir.
you are encouraged to work toward the APDP
Level 1 certification.
No one understands our pain, senior member of APDP
leader, Parveena Ahangar talking to media men on the occasion welcomed the recent report of the UN Special Rapporteur, Christof Heyns, wherein he expressed concern over human rights violations in occupied Kashmir.
is government's new incentive for automotive industry to encourage less production platforms, high production volumes and dependence on local parts content.
members while staging a silent sit-in protest at Partap Park in Srinagar asked the authorities to reveal the whereabouts of the Kashmiris subjected to disappearance in custody by Indian troops and police personnel, KMS reported.
Talking to media men on the occasion, the APDP
Chairperson, Parveena Ahangar, demanded the setting up of an independent commission in this regard and urged India to ratify International Convention on Enforced Disappearances.
Meanwhile, the APDP
delegation presented a set of demands to Indian Home Secretary, G K.
According to Kashmir Media Service, the APDP
leader, Parveena Ahangar, said that the victims of enforced disappearance would continue their struggle till its logical conclusion.
According to Kashmir Media Service, APDP
while staging a silent sit-in at Partap Park in Srinagar urged International human rights organizations to prevail upon India to clear its stand on the fate of thousands of men subjected to enforced custodial disappearance in the past 20 years.