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Tribute to victims of pallet shooting in Indian Occupied Kashmir

Tribute to victims of pallet shooting in Indian Occupied Kashmir. A Kashmiri artist, Mir Sohail, revisits poster of a 1960s movie “Kashmir- Ki- Kalli” to pay tribute to victims of pallet shooting in India Occupied Kashmir. Over 100 Kashmiris have lost either one or both eyes to pallet shooting by Indian occupation forces to disperse peaceful processions in the ongoing struggle of Kashmiri people, for exercise of their right of self determination through UN supervised plebiscite , as granted by UNSC resolutions; with nearly a dozen back-up UNSC resolutions; latest being in 1998.

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