Crisis in Kashmir: Violation of Fundamental Rights and International Treaties

  • Naman Pareek and Jaspreet Singh Gulati
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  • Naman Pareek

    Student at Institute of Law, Nirma University, India

  • Jaspreet Singh Gulati

    Student at Institute of Law, Nirma University, India

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Kashmir has been facing a humanitarian crisis since the time of independence which increased in the '90s. The atrocities are mostly done by the armed forces and militants, the level of atrocities is such that thousands of families have been destroyed and the atrocities done by the armed forces do not even get registered in police stations. The women of Kashmir are the most vulnerable amongst the vulnerable because they are victims of both active and passive atrocities. The article has discussed the kind of atrocities Kashmiri faces and how India violates various international treaties and conventions. The article has also discussed various statutes and their enactments in Kashmir and how these statutes have affected the lives of civilians of Kashmir.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 4, Issue 3, Page 6153 - 6161


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