Kashmiri HR activist detained outside Pak High Commission
New Delhi, Mar 22: Delhi Police Friday detained Kashmiri human rights activist Mohammed Ahsan Untoo when he was about to enter Pakistan High Commission, officials said.
Untoo, who runs an organisation International Forum of Justice and Human Rights, had been invited among others, including separatists, from the militancy-hit Jammu and Kashmir by the High Commission to attend the Pakistan Day.
Separatists from the state, including Hurriyat-M chairperson Mirwaiz Umer Farooq and others, have been staying away from the function for the last three years.
Untoo had recently met jailed JKLF leader Yasin Malik at Kot Balwal jail in Jammu. He has been taking up the cases related to alleged human rights violations at the State Human Rights Commission.
The government Friday decided to boycott the Pakistan National Day event to be held at its High Commission here as Kashmiri separatist leaders were also invited.