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Govt fails to trace over 8000 disappeared persons, says APDP

Srinagar: The Association of Parents of Disappeared Persons (APDP) on Thursday protested at Srinagar against the Government of India’s ‘unremitting refusal to allow any discussion on the reality of situation of Human Rights in Jammu and Kashmir’.

Scores of APDP members assembled at Srinagar’s Press Enclave and held a silent protest.

APDP spokesperson, Tahira Begum expresses serious concern over the Government of India’s unremitting refusal to allow for any discussion on the reality of situation of Human Rights in Jammu and Kashmir. “A part of this refusal often masked by rhetoric and generalizations is the absence of any acknowledgement that enforced disappearances are widespread and a serious phenomenon in Jammu and Kashmir,” she said.

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