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This release comes from the INTERNATIONAL PEOPLE’S TRIBUNAL ON HUMAN RIGHTS AND JUSTICE  IN INDIAN-ADMINISTERED KASHMIR (IPTK) Srinagar, September 26, 2011 To: Honourable Members Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Assembly Government of Jammu and Kashmir Re.: Unknown and Unmarked Graves of Kashmir: Investigation, Prosecution, and Reparation We appeal to the Members of the Jammu and Kashmir State Legislative Assembly to address the following urgent issues in light of the findings put forward by the State Human Rights Commission of Jammu and Kashmir (SHRC) pertaining to unknown and unmarked graves. The SHRC investigated unmarked graves in Bandipora, Baramulla, Kupwara, and Handwara districts across 38 graveyards and

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By Samreen Mushtaq (Reporting from Delhi) On September 19, 2011, the third anniversary of the Batla House ‘Encounter’, Jamia Teachers’ Solidarity Association organised a program “Kashmir: Politics Of Disappearance” in the FTK Auditorium of Jamia Millia Islamia University, New Delhi. Program had two speakers and there was screening of a documentary also. Speakers Parveena Ahangar Chairperson Association of Parents of Disappeared Persons (APDP) Sanjay Kak Independent Film Maker Screening of the film “Where Have You Hidden, My New Crescent Moon?” directed by Iffat Fatima. Introduction (excerpts) Jamia Teachers Solidarity Association (JTSA) has been organising such programs every year on the

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The response of Democratic Students Union to Jammu and Kashmir State Human Rights Commission’s recent report, which revealed the existence of 2156 bodies in 38 mass unmarked graves in several districts of Kashmir valley. The DSU’s response says: Oppose the fascist repression by the Indian State on the People of Kashmir! Stand in solidarity with the Azadi of Kashmir! The 64 years of Indian occupation of Kashmir have been synonymous with death, destruction and pillage. In a glaring testimony to the gruesome brutalities of the Indian state in Kashmir, the recent report of the J&K State Human Rights Commission revealed

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We welcome the report of the State Human Rights Commission of Jammu and Kashmir (SHRC) on unmarked graves in north Indian-administered Kashmir (dated July 2011 and recently released), taking suo moto cognizance of the matter, and appreciate the courage and labour that this work signifies. SHRC’s report acknowledges and corroborates the research documented in the report, BURIED EVIDENCE, released by the International People’s Tribunal on Human Rights and Justice (IPTK) in December 2009. SHRC investigated unmarked graves in Bandipora, Baramulla, Kupwara, and Handwara districts across 38 graveyards and verified 2156 unidentified bodies in unidentified graves. Based on investigative research conducted

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