US-based ICHRRF officially recognises the persecution of Kashmiri Hindus as genocide

The ICHRRF urges Indian Govt to recognise the atrocities against Kashmiri Hindus as genocide

Editorial comment

A Human Rights organisation in the US did what the Indian Government should have done ! It is disgraceful for all the Governments of all political parties who have always ignored atrocities against Hindus to date in the name of secularism. Establishing the Hindu Nation is the only solution to this state of Hindus.

Washington (US) – US-based non-profit organisation International Commission for Human Rights and Religious Freedom (ICHRRF) has officially recognised the Kashmiri Hindu genocide in Jammu & Kashmir. The ICHRRF declared its recognition of the genocide of Kashmiri Hindus after a hearing on the issue.

1. On 27th March 2022, the ICHRRF convened a special public hearing on the topic of the Kashmiri Hindu genocide (1989-1991), during which a number of victims and survivors of ethnic and cultural cleansing spoke under oath and provided evidence.

2. The ICHRRF was deeply moved by the occurrence. Several Kashmiri Hindus who were victims of genocide, ethnic cleansing, and exiled from their country bravely told their harrowing experiences of endurance, survival, and rehabilitation from atrocious human rights crimes at the hands of radical Islamic terrorists, which resembled the Jewish Holocaust.

3. When politicians, neighbors, friends, students, and local police turned a blind eye and deaf ear, the ICHRRF noted that it was terribly painful. Despite this, the Kashmiri Hindus have no desire for violent retaliation or the propagation of anti-Muslim rhetoric, the group observed.

4. Despite all of this, they neither want violent revenge nor to spread Anti-Muslim rhetoric. Rather, they respectfully request togetherness for the betterment of truth, justice, and humanity, while they peacefully engage in a spiritual, psychological, and emotional journey to heal intergenerational traumas and advocate to prevent future atrocities.

The world must make proper recognition of the genocide

The hearing concluded with ICHRRF urging the Government of India and the Government of the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir to identify and recognise the atrocities against Kashmiri Hindus in 1989-1991 as genocide. The Commission exhorts other human rights organisations, international bodies, and Governments to step up to the plate and officially acknowledge these atrocities as an act of genocide. The world must make proper recognition.