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ISLAMABAD: Pakistan has shared another dossier with the world on the situation in Indian Illegally Occupied Kashmir (IIOJK) comprising fake encounters, false flag operations and use of rape as war tool by the Indian occupation forces in Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir.

Giving detail of the Indian atrocities, compiled in the 131-paged dossier, Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi said the Hintuva-inspired BJP regime in India has unleashed a series of atrocities against the people in occupied territory.

He said communication blockade in IIOJK continues by design to hamper international media and observers from reporting the heinous crimes being committed by the Indian occupation forces.

He said the dossier contains three chapters and first one carries detail of war crimes and genocidal acts of the Indian troops; the second one exposes false flag operations in IIOJK to suppress the indigenous freedom movement while the last chapter tells that how human rights law are being openly being violated by India.

The huge 131-page document, along with a CD comprising 15 audio and several video recordings, GPS data coordinates of five Indian funded and managed ISIS (ISKP) training camps, graphic pictures of victims of the suspected use of chemical weapons also carrying documentary proofs of how the Narendra Modi regime was trying to portray the Kashmir Freedom Struggle as a terrorist activity.

The dossier said Kashmiris were also being used as human shields by positioning women and children in the line of fire during encounters, making them sleep at military camps forcing them to dig minefields and tying youth on military jeeps.

Shah Mehmood Qureshi said that the dossier has identified 1128 persons who have been directly involved in human rights violations, including Major General, Brigadier and other senior officers of the Indian Army. The dossier also includes extrajudicial killings. The use of pellet guns, the desecration of women and the burning of property are also mentioned.

Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi further said that the dossier also included evidence of use of pellet guns by Indian Army in occupied Kashmir, videos of affected children and use of chemical weapons.