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November 18, 2019

Ex-Indian general wants Kashmiri women raped

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November 18, 2019

LAHORE: Taking part in a in a live TV programme, retired Indian army Major General SP Sinha has called for rape of Kashmiri women.

Also read: Indian forces using rape as tool in IOK, says President Dr Arif Alvi

A video clip of the TV programme went viral Sunday night showing that despite protest and warning by the programme anchor and others, Gen Sinha kept shouting and calling for rape. He became quite hysterical as he kept calling for rape of Kashmiri women, while the anchor repeatedly warned him against saying that.

According to 1996 Human Rights Watch report,india uses rape as a "counter insurgency tactic" to terrorise the populace.

The social media post also shows that as a brigadier in 1991 when the Indian military was crushing Sikh movement in Punjab, Sinha assembled Sikh villagers in a locality and told them: “If any action occurs in this village, every single male is going to be taken out and shot. Then we're are going to take all the women to our camp and there we're going to create a new breed for Punjab.” The instant incident and Sinha’s history proves his credentials as a war criminal.