New York Times calls for independent investigation of Kashmiris Killings in IOK
Kashmiris live under a strict curfe, which has blocked access to almost all sorts of communication.
Resentment among Kashmiri youths is a major cause of unrest in the Indian-occupied valley.
His death triggered widespread protests and resulted in the death of some 55 people so far after Indian forces tried to suppress the voice of Kashmiri people.
The report said Kashmiris are living in a state of siege, under a strict curfew which has blocked access to almost all sorts of communication, including cellular, landline and internet services.
The board criticized the indiscriminate use of pellet guns during protest rallies with hundreds of people admitted to hospitals threatened with blindness.
The board also criticized the powers given to the Indian troops under the Armed Forces Special Power Act.