PVA Condemns Continue Use Of Pellet Guns, Urged World Rights Bodies To Take Immediate Steps | KNO

Demands Immediate Stop Using Pellet Guns And The Lethal Cartridges,
PVA Condemns Continue Use Of Pellet Guns, Urged World Rights Bodies To Take Immediate Steps | KNO

Kashmir News Observer (KNO)

Srinagar Aug 08 (KNO) : Pellet Victim's Association (PVA) has strongly condemned the continuous use of pellet guns and Deadly weapons against the peaceful demonstrations accross the Kashmir valley, The spokesperson of the Association Junaid Ahmed said "

“Many youths can’t see with their eyes, which apparently looks good, as pellets have pierced optic nerve of both eyes and are struggling for their eye sight's in the different hospitals ,He said " From last few weeks Dozens of youths injured with pellets and are facing immense hardships ,He while expresses solidarity with the Pellet victims and prayed for their speedy recovery.

He urged to the world rights bodies, Organizations to take strong note and express serious concern over the use of pellet guns and Deadly weapons against peaceful demonstrations in Jammu and Kashmir, He said " No crowd control mechanism has been established, Pellet and other deadliest weapons are used against innocent unarmed civilians, which claims lives of Many and blind's hundreds of youths including students, Junaid Ahmad Demands immediate Ban on use of pellet guns and Deadly weapons against peaceful demonstrations.

He said " it's heart wrenching situation, our youths are being targeted and blinded but our movement is restricted to our houses, Said “it’s our moral and collective responsibility to help and support pellet victims in these privileging suitable and hardships. He said “The government of India and the state government of Kashmir must immediately order their police forces to immediately stop using pellet guns and the lethal cartridges that they use. Any further usage of such weapons, which have caused extensive, arbitrary deaths and grievous wounds, would be not just callous, but crime against humanity.