said they had organised a press conference on Saturday for an interaction of the media with " the family members of the girl who was sexually assaulted by Indian armed forces at Handwara".
He acts as the legal counsel for the JKCCS
and is one of the rare Indian civil society voices that speak openly in defense of Kashmiris in India.
said, the information obtained under Right to Information (RTI) on army court-martials makes clear that court-martials have essentially served as a convenient and internal mechanism to ensure immunity to army personnel in the few cases where the investigative agencies have probed and indicted specific accused.
in a statement issued in Srinagar said, "In last few weeks, around 2,000 people, mostly youth and students, have been arrested, tortured and humiliated.
The Meerut incident follows an established and decades-old pattern of violence," JKCCS
president Parvez Imroz said in a statement.
leader, Parvez Imroz said, "There can be no selective morality when it comes to standing against the commission of human rights violations by states.