LAHORE - Punjab Chief Minister, Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif has strongly condemned the brutalities of Indian government on unarmed people in Occupied Kashmir and said that the freedom movement in Kashmir could not be suppressed through violence. In a handout issued on Wednesday the Chief Minister said that the claimant of the biggest democracy of the world, India, had continued brutalities against the Kashmiris during the last three months which reminded of the barbarianism of fascist governments. He said that the violation of human rights in Kashmir was not the internal matter of India rather it was the issue of the whole humanity and attitude of Indian government was also against the Charter of United Nations. He said that the Kashmirs Chief Ministers demand to eliminate the powers of army and bring it under the law, speaks of seriousness of the situation in the valley. Shahbaz Sharif appealed the international community to keep a close eye on cruelties of Indian army in the Occupied Kashmir and force the Indian government to allow the Kashmiris to exercise their right of self-determination as per the United Nations resolutions. He said that India should learn the lesson from the history and adopt the path of table talks instead of committing brutalities against the innocent citizens of Occupied Kashmir.