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KASHMIR CONFLICT - POLICY
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PRESS NOTE FROM THE OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY GENERAL INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION:
KASHMIR CONFLICT - POLICY

Under the visionary leadership of General Secretary Sir.Rafal Marcin, IHRC is working to strengthen & support all Nations capacity to engage in sustainable development through educational access, relief programs, ecological & bioethical reflections & actions, while taking in to consideration the traditional, social & cultural values of each Nation. Promoting Human Rights Peace, Gender Equality, Health, Economic development, awareness regarding the rights of women, children & youth in developing nations & where ever needed.

IHRC has already submitted various reports & suggestion on the Peaceful solution of Kashmir Conflict. At least 108 million people were killed in wars in the twentieth century. Estimates for the total number killed in wars throughout all of human history range from 150 million to 1 billion. The cost of the Gulf War was approximately $76 billion. Vietnam cost $500 billion; the Korean War, $336 billion; and World War II, almost $3 trillion. By far the most, costly war in terms of human life was World War II (1939–45), in which the total number of fatalities, including battle deaths and civilians of all countries, is estimated to have been 56.4 million, assuming 26.6 million Soviet fatalities and 7.8 million Chinese civilians were killed. The country that suffered most in proportion to its population was Poland, with 6,028,000 or 17.2 per cent of its population of 35,100,000 killed.

Today Over 2 billion people live in fragile conflict zones, driving 80% of the world’s humanitarian needs. These complex crises threaten efforts to end extreme poverty, and often increase tensions between ethnic, tribal and political groups. Resulting instability and threats of violence drive people from their homes and prevent access to food, water, health services and shelter.

IHRC believes that WAR is not the solution of any dispute, Humanity must Prevail. Indian Occupied Kashmir dispute is a reality & IHRC must appreciate UNSC initiative for an immediate meeting on it. IHRC Policy is loud & clear as we believe in only Peace & Supremacy of Humanity. We have already suggested the concern International Forums to immediately send a Neutral Observer Team to Indian Occupied Kashmir for the assessment of Human Rights Violations. United Nations & other Powerful & Influential Countries must intervene in current Kashmir Issue related to Human Rights Violations.

It’s time we think above religion. It’s time we think above our cultural values. It’s time we think above gender. It’s time we think above the states, regions and languages. It’s time we forget all borders. It’s time to keep humanity above all. It’s time we support fellow humans. Let’s build & grow Humanity.

This Press Note is issued with the consent & on behalf of Secretary General Sir Rafał Marcin Wasikby the undersigned as the Regional Head.

Mohsin Durrani
Regional Head & Advisor UN Affairs
International Human Rights Commission

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