Zoona sobs grief-stricken as she remembers her lost son. She is mother of Abdul Amid, a Muslim militant arrested by Indian army and disappeared under custody. In accord with human rights organizations, the case of Zoona's son's disappearance, as the other 8,000 cases of enforced disappearance, are not recognized by the Indian government. Thus, the victims of enforced disappearance are not declared neither "dead" nor "alive", and the relatives mourn in silence for their son, daughter, wife or husband, without any trace of bodies or grave of its existence. Plarhar village, Baramulla district, Indian administrated Kashmir.
Zoona sobs grief-stricken as she remembers her lost son. She is mother of Abdul Amid, a Muslim militant arrested by Indian army and disappeared under custody. In accord with human rights organizations, the case of Zoona's son's disappearance, as the other 8,000 cases of enforced disappearance, are not recognized by the Indian government. Thus, the victims of enforced disappearance are not declared neither "dead" nor "alive", and the relatives mourn in silence for their...
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