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Chatterji, convener of the IPTK, said the graveyards investigated by the tribunal entomb bodies of those murdered in encounters and fake encounters between 1990 to 2009.
The IPTK has asked the Centre and the J& K government to enable independent and transparent investigations into all unknown and unmarked mass graves and set up an independent and transparent commission of inquiry.
" Of these graves, 2,373 ( 87.9 per cent) are unnamed, 154 contained two bodies each and 23 contained more than two bodies a" at least three to 17 each," the IPTK report claimed.
THE IPTK has claimed to have found a mass grave in Kralpora, a village in Kupwara district.
The high-contrast images were later analyzed by automated image analysis using the Image Processing Toolkit (IPTK)[TM] 5.0 software, which is commercially available set of plug-ins, for use with Adobe Photoshop, developed by Reindeer Graphics Inc.
The mission statement endorsed by the Members of British Parliament mentioned the 14th June 2018 report of the Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights on the grave human rights situation in occupied Kashmir, Amnesty International's 2017 Report on the deliberate blinding of Kashmiri youth entitled 'Losing Sight in Kashmir' and the findings of the 2009 Report on the presence of unnamed and unmarked mass graves in various districts of occupied Kashmir published by J and K NGO International People's Tribunal (IPTK) entitled 'Buried Evidence'.
In September 2015, APDP and International People's Tribunal on Human Rights and Justice in Kashmir (IPTK) published its comprehensive research report titled 'Structure of Violence-Indian State in Jammu and Kashmir' and submitted the same to the UN Office of High Commissioner on Human Rights for perusal and intervention and in September 2016, APDP submitted its shadow report to UN for consideration during the review of India's human rights record by United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) under the 'Universal Periodic Review' (UPR) which was held in May 2017.
Justice in Kashmir (IPTK), a credible NGO, published a report of over 100 pages that not only confirmed the presence of unnamed and unmarked mass graves, but also through DNA tests confirming that the graves were of individuals who belonged to Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir.
The report "Structure of Violence" was compiled by International Peoples Tribunal on Human Rights and Justice (IPTK) and Association of Parents of Disappeared Persons (APDP) in the recent years.