The other day India's Sikh leader Sham Singh held a press conference and disclosed that the torch-bearer of Amn ki Asha, India, through its media collaborators have refused 500 Indian Held Kashmir Sikh yatris visa for Pakistan. The Sikh community in Jammu and Kashmir is highly sensitive and to create a softer image must have been the priority of Delhi sarkar, but they are habitually mistreating the minorities in order to create a chaos in the area. Despite frequent calls of IHK Chief Minister Omar Abullah, New Delhi has not budged to withdraw the draconian laws which give lease to Indian security forces' prolonged stay in the held Valley. The Kashmir Diaspora Alliance has in consonance with Omar Abdullah demanded India to repeal the black laws, withdraw troops from the internationally disputed areas of Jammu and Kashmir, release illegally detained Kashmiris and stop HR violations without delay. More than 2500 unknown graves have been discovered in the Valley so far and it is believed that Kashmiris abducted and killed by Indian security forces were buried in the unnamed graves. It is reported by various HR organizations for instance the United Nations, Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch, International Educational Development, International Tribunal that over one lakh Kashmiris have gone missing. International Criminal Court of Justice is, therefore, requested to initiate an enquiry of unnamed mass graves discovered in occupied Kashmir. The court should also inquire into the location of the remaining missing people if they are still alive and inform their families. The Kashmiris should not be held unlawfully; thus, warrant immediate release without any further delay. MESHAL SHAKAIB KHAN, Karachi, December 5.