A US Congressional Caucus on human rights will hold a consultation this week on the circumstance in involved Kashmir following India’s choice to deny unique status of the domain.
Reporting the conference, the Tom Lantos Human Rights Commission said that the observers would analyze the human rights circumstance in Kashmir with regards to the area’s history and bigger examples of rights infringement. It said that the observers would offer suggestions for activity by Congress.
The Commission has welcomed Anurima Bhargava, Commissioner, US Commission on International Religious Freedom, as observer in the primary board for the conference on Wednesday (November 13).
The declaration of the meeting by the Lantos Committee goes ahead the impact points of a comparable hearing a month ago on involved Kashmir by a Congressional subcommittee on the Asia and Pacific. A few US Congressmen had communicated worry over the circumstance in involved Kashmir.