In occupied Kashmir, the All Parties Hurriyet Conference (APHC) has expressed serious concern over the stepped up human rights violations by Indian troops in the territory. According to Kashmir Media Service, the APHC spokesman, in a statement issued in Srinagar, said that Indian judicial system was biased against the Kashmiri people. "Awarding of death sentence to two Kashmiris in a fake case is a glaring example of discriminatory behaviour of Indian judiciary towards the people of the occupied territory," he added. The spokesman condemned the illegal detention of pro-freedom leaders and activists including Shabbir Ahmad Shah, Nayeem Ahmad Khan, Muhammad Qasim Fakhtoo, Masarrat Alam Butt and Bilal Siddiqi. "The Kashmiri detainees are deprived of basic health and food facilities in the jails," he maintained. Pointing out that India is trying to change the demography in the territory, he said that the oppressive policies of the authorities could not muzzle Kashmiris' just voice for their right to self-determination. The spokesman endorsed the decision taken by the Jammu and Kashmir High Court Bar Association to observe complete strike on Monday.