Rahul Bhat, a PM Package employee working in Kashmir valley was shot dead in cold blood in his office in the Chadoora area of Budgam district on May 12. This triggered an unprecedented reaction amongst the employees who have been continuously protesting since then, for their right to live and […]
Panditocide and India’s Ironic Role in Criminalising Genocide
The number of convicted persons for the genocide crimes against Kashmiri Pandits is zero. Right from India’s pioneering role in co-sponsoring the United Nations Genocide Convention of 1948 to signing it on 29th November 1949 and ratifying it on 27th August 1959, Indian state has only moved away from its moral and contractual obligations. Not only that. MoS for the Ministry of Home Affairs has gone ahead and officially ‘dismissed’ the idea to bring any special legislation on genocide crime in India, by giving a misleading argument on the floor of Rajya Sabha, the upper house of the Parliament of India, on 9th February 2022.