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Kashmir: Militancy and Human Rights

M.K. Teng (Author) C.L. Gadoo (Author)
Synopsis The obligation of the protection of human rights on regimes other than states, is as absolute as the obligation on the states is. The scope of the obligations arising out of human rights jurisdiction extends to all regimes, including regimes of social control, regimes which exercise power other than state-power, foreign states and international organizations, including terrorist regimes organized as a part of international terrorism. The present study has been undertaken to assess the role of the terrorist regimes in the violation of human rights in Jammu and Kashmir. The war of attrition launched in Jammu and Kashmir in 1990, by various terrorist regimes, organized in Pakistan and the territories of Jammu and Kashmir occupied by Pakistan, has been placed in its historical perspective. An attempt has been made to examine the ideological commitments of the different militant organizations to analyse their irreconcilability with the human rights jurisdiction created by the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the United Nations Covenants of Human Rights. A part of the study has been devoted to the mass-killing and extermination of ethnic minorities and sub-cultural groups and their exodus from Kashmir and the parts of the Jammu province where militant violence was inducted.
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Title Kashmir: Militancy and Human Rights
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.1998
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 9788174889195
length viii+162p., 23cm.