US court asks Modi to explain Kashmir annexation

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WASHINGTON; World News: A US court has asked Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and different individuals from his legislature to react inside 21 days to the charge that they have involved Kashmir and are submitting gross human rights infringement there.

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The move has been made on a grievance recorded by the Kashmir Khalistan Referendum Front in a US region court, in Houston, Texas, where Mr. Modi is booked to address a joint rally with President Donald Trump on Sept 22.

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The US asks Narendra Modi about Kashmir:

The Front has whined that the Modi-drove government has involved Kashmir and on Aug 5 when it added the contested domain disregarding worldwide laws.

It has likewise selected Indian Interior Minister Amit Shah and another functionary, Kanwal Jeet Singh, as the charged in charge of this illicit occupation and for submitting gross human rights infringement.

The infringement incorporates the inconvenience of long and extraordinary check-in time, total correspondence lockdown, disavowal of necessities to the occupants, illicit detainment, upheld vanishings, torment, and extrajudicial killings.

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The complainant has cited a Sept 14 report by the Associated Press news office, which portrays the circumstance in the zone under the respondents’ control as disturbing. It cites individual records of brutality and terrorizing submitted by Indian troopers.

More than 50 meetings, inhabitants in twelve towns disclosed to AP that the Indian government has forced a serious security crackdown in the area and Indian troopers have been whipping the neighborhood individuals and, now and again, exposing them to electric stuns.

AP detailed that individuals in Kashmir had been compelled to eat soil or drink unsanitary water.

For compensatory harms, the litigants have been approached to pay $100 million. For correctional and model harms, the court has been approached to arrange significant reformatory measures.

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