A protest rally held outside the United Nations office in Geneva urged Modi government in India to stop the genocide of unarmed Kashmiris and Sikhs, on the occasion of the 35th anniversary of Sikhs mascara in India after the murder of Indira Gandhi in 1984.
The rally, which was attended by a large number of Sikh and Kashmiris, raised high pitched anti-India and pro-Kashmir and Khalistan freedom slogans.
They said that Modi government is committing genocide of Muslims and Sikhs in India and Kashmir and has snatched religious freedom of minorities living in India.
The participants of the rally also demanded to lift curfew and blockade of Kashmiris in Indian occupied Kashmir. Protestors could be seen carrying banners and placards with slogans such as “stop genocide of Sikhs and Kashmiris”, “Referendum 2020 for the independence of Khalistan,” and “Indian army quit Kashmir.”
The Sikh and Kashmiri leaders delivered speeches against India and called for the United Nations to intervene and fulfil its legal obligation to stop torture, the kidnapping of political human rights activists and mass disappearances.