ISLAMABAD (APP) - The activists of Indian Civil Society, expressing serious concern over the prevailing situation in occupied Kashmir, have demanded an impartial probe into the recent killing of civilians by Indian troops in the territory. According to Kashmir Media Service, the Civil Society members, in a letter to the Indian government, puppet authorities of Occupied Kashmir, the Indian Human Rights Commission and different other institutions, said that the political situation in Jammu and Kashmir had worsened during the last few weeks after the killing of innocent civilians, most of them children. They said that the current crisis in the occupied territory had serious humanitarian consequences. The Civil Society members said that the troops were killing innocent Kashmiris with impunity due to the invocation of draconian laws like Armed Forces Special Powers Act (AFSPA) in the territory. Pointing out that more than 15 innocent Kashmiri youths have been killed in the last two months and several others injured in unprecedented use of force by Indian troops and police, they flayed the occupation authorities for using brute force against peaceful protestors, who were demonstrating against the killing of innocent people. The CRPF personnel even not spared ambulances and fired on them, they regretted. Demanding immediate arrest of Major Avatar Singh, involved in the murder of noted rights activist, Jalil Andrabi, they said that the puppet administration was flouting the international humanitarian law by unleashing reign of terror in the territory. The signatories of the letter included, Prof Upendra Baxi, Dr Mallika V Sarabhai, Uma Chakravarti, Ved Bhasin, Anuradha Bhasin, Prabodh Jamwal, Sahba Hussain, Shahrukh Alam, Tenzing Choesang and Shabnam Hashmi.