Welcome To LFOVK

The Legal Forum for Oppressed Voices of Kashmir (LFOVK) is an international, non-violent, and legal organization. Its members are indigenous people of the occupied territory in Jammu and Kashmir. The aim of the organization is to defend the political, social and human rights of Kashmiris and to promote the UN sanctioned Right of Self-Determination.

In today’s world, the notion of conflict resolution necessitates that those who continue to be denied their rights or remain excluded be given an opportunity to present their case. Unfortunately, it remains the case that Kashmiris themselves continue to be marginalized, even invisibilised, in most discussions or narratives on the conflict. LFOVK has, therefore, been established to fill the gap, providing an international forum through which its members can become effective participants and contributors in the international community. LFOVK works to address the consequences of marginalization, working with its members.

Human Rights Violations

 

 

January 1, 2008 to December 31, 2020

5737

killings

1291

Civilian killings

2513

Militants

1571

Armed Forces

In the today’s world where majority of conflicts are interested, LFOVK has been established to fill the gap, providing an international forum through which its members can become effective participants and contributors to the international community.
LFOVK works  to address the consequences of marginalization, working with its members to promote their democratic rights, to provide information, and to articulate creative and non-violent strategies for progress above all however, LFOVK works to ensure their voices are heard.

Latest Blogs

Bi-annual Human Rights Review: 107 killings, 114 CASOs, 29 Gunfights, 53 houses destroyed

Bi-Annual Human Rights Review (Jan – June 2021) Indian occupied Jammu Kashmir is under unprecedented censorship and this undemocratic forms of muzzling the voices of people has intensified manifold after the revocation of Article 370 and 35(A). The subsequent raids on human rights groups, activists, and journalists have made it more difficult for organizations to […]

نزاع كشمير من منظور القانون الدولي الإنساني

محمد رفيق شنوارى   تدور قضية كشمير – ولا سيما في خضم المحاولات لفهمها من منظور الصراع المسلح – حول حق تقرير المصير. وفقًا لما قاله وودرو ويلسون أنه لا يمكن أن يستمر أي سلام لا يعترف بالمبدأ القائل بأن الحكومات تستمد كل سلطاتها العادلة من موافقة المحكومين ، وأنه لا يوجد حق في أي […]

Shaheed Ashraf Sehrai – The Man of the Book!

ISLAMABAD – Mohammad Ashraf Sehrai achieved martyrdom on May 05, 2021 after Indian state murdered him under custody in Jammu part of the UN-designated disputed territory of Jammu and Kashmir.   Shaheed Sehrai, 77, was put under custody by India in July 2020 and imprisoned in a jail in Udhampur district, some 300KM away from […]

From Domicile to Dominion: India’s Settler Colonial Agenda in Kashmir

By bringing Hindu temples and relics to the fore, the Indian state and its proponents have only fueled the idea that it is Muslim Kashmiris who are the “exogenous ‘Others.’” In fact, India has crafted Kashmir’s public identity into a Hindu one, as more and more highly romanticized pilgrimages emerge in the Kashmir Valley. Indeed, it was […]

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