Sub: Boycott G20 Summit - Save Kashmiri Pundits From Indian Agencies' Attack.
I am writing to you on behalf of "Sikhs For Justice" (SFJ) an international human rights advocacy group working for the realization of right to self determination for the Sikh people of Indian Occupied Punjab through the ongoing Khalistan Referendum.
We are writing to you today to alert you that Indian agencies might orchestrate and perpertrate violent incident on Kashmiri Pundit community in the Indian occupied Jammu and Kashmir during or on the heels of upcoming G20 Summit and blame it on Pakistan in order to defame her as well as to vilify the freedom movement of the Kashmiri Muslims who are already living under Indian occupation in the conditions which have been categorised as "Brink of Genocide" by the Genocide Watach. https://www.genocidewatch.com/single-post/kashmir-is-on-the-brink-of-genocide-warns-american-scholar
Your excellency, our concern regarding India's plan to orchestrate a violent incident during G20 is supported by India's pattern and practice from the past.
On March 20, 2000, on the event of President Bill Clinton's visit to India, 35 Sikhs were brutally massacred in Chittisinghpora, Anantnag, Kashmir. India instantly blamed Pakistan for the massacre however later investigations and confessional statements from the high ranking Indian Army officer revealed that the massacre was planned and perpetrated by the Indian Army. In 2017 Lt Gen Retired KS Gill who was part of the investigation in an interview admitted that the Indian Army was involved in the massacre.https://freepresskashmir.news/2018/03/20/watch-retired-lt-gen-says-indian-army-was-involved-in-sikh-massacre-of-chittisinghpura/
Since the illegal Annexation of Jammu and Kashmir by the Modi Government in August 2019, India's repression on the Kashmiri Muslims have increased manifolds and simultaneously India is attempting to whitewash its ongoing crimes against Kashmiris by orchestrating incidents to divert the attention and blame Pakistan for supporting terrorism. However, Pakistan's position on Kashmir and its support is unequivocally for Kashmiri people's right to self determination as guaranteed in the UN Resolution. Pakistan's position is further reaffirmed by Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto's most recent statement "Unless India reviews the action it took on August 5, 2019, Pakistan is not in a position to engage bilaterally with India", given during the SCO meeting.
India is also trying to create before the world community a semblance of legitimacy of its illegal occupation and annexation of Jammu and Kashmir which is a UN designated disputed territory subject to resolution via plebiscite.
We therefore urge you to Boycott G20 Summit in Kashmir to save the Kashmiri Pandits from Indian orchestrated violence.