LONDON (INP) - London-based Amnesty International has urged India to allow an impartial investigation of hundreds of unmarked graves in Occupied Kashmir after an official report confirmed they contained more than 2,000 bullet-riddled bodies, including hundreds of local residents. The Amnesty International in a statement said the investigation of graves needed to be widened to the whole of the occupied territory. All unmarked grave sites must be secured and investigations carried out by impartial forensic experts, it said. Pertinently, the Human Rights Commission of the occupied territory in a recent report had said that 2,156 unidentified bodies were found in graves in the Kashmir valley while 574 other bodies in the graves were identified as local residents. The commissions report is the first official acknowledgment that civilians killed by Indian police and troops during the last two-decade may have been buried in unmarked graves.