ISLAMABAD  - Showing grave concern and dismay over keeping Kashmir issue away from US President Barrack Obama during his recent visit to India, Peace & Culture Organization (PCO) has said that Kashmir is a reality and the Indian government could not cover its continuous human rights violations in the occupied valley.

“The American President attended India’s democracy day but could not see the Black Day in Occupied Kashmir, and other parts of the world,” said Peace & Culture Organization Chairperson Mushaal Hussein Mullick adding Obama avoided Kashmir issue and did not say a single word for Kashmiri people.

She remarked that America claimed to be champion of human rights but not mentioning Kashmiri people, who have been facing inhuman behaviours from Indian forces since decades, is alarming for global peace and security.

“World knows India is continuously violating Security Council resolutions on Kashmir, so on what moral ground Indian can be the member of the same platform,” she said.

In India, Obama had not only ignored Pakistan and Occupied Kashmir but also tried to under-estimate China, but the open secret is, through such ways India is exposing its double standards with over-confidence, she asserted.

Mushaal said India has consistently violating human rights in Occupied Kashmir and resorted to sporadic unprovoked firing on the Line of Control and working boundaries.