Srinagar, August 28,(Scoop News)_APHC Thursday appealed the world community and international human rights organization to urge India to investigate disappearance cases in Kashmir so as to bring the truth in public domain.
In connection with the International Day for disappeared poeple, Hurriyat leaders Javaid Ahmad Mir along with other activists staged a peaceful protest in solidarity with the families of the victims of disappeared people.
Demanding the return of the victims of disappearances, the leaders said that more than nine thousand people were picked up and whose fate was still not known.
They further stated that more than eight thousand unmarked graves have been found dotting the Kashmiri landscape, adding, it is was the moral duty of world community and international rights organization to demand the investigation into such cases to know the fate of the victims of disappearance cases.
Another Hurriyat leader Zaffar Akbar Bhat and other leaders told media that Kashmiris want to know the fate of victims of disappeared people and also want thorough probe into the unmarked graves to know who is buried underground.
The leaders stated that the main aim of the protest was to divert the attention of the world community towards those families who were picked up and whose families are still waiting for their return despite years have passed.
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