SRINAGAR (NNI) Condemning the use of pellet guns, a weapon for game hunting, on Kashmiri protestors as a war crime, the chairman of the Hurriyat (G), Syed Ali Shah Geelani has said that India would not hesitate to bomb Kashmiris as it wanted land and not the people. Assuaging the fears of the Sikh community with strong assurances of standing beside it, Geelani called upon the Secretary General of the Uni-ted Nations, Ban Ki-moon, to set up fact-finding tribunal to investigate war crimes by govt forces in Kashmir. The ailing Kashmiri leader fired warning shots at the Waqf Board, saying that its assets belonged to Kashmiri Muslims, and pro-India politicians had not right to control it. The Board has been exploited in the past, but this will not be allowed henceforth, Geelani said, demanding that the Muslim endowment take urgent steps for public assistance in the present trying times as, according to him, the govt was hampering relief work. Geelani condemned the government for imposing curfew since Saturday, saying that it amounted to an economic blockade, as the two days had been kept for supplying relief to urban areas, which had been foiled because of the curbs. Paying homage to the 63 Kashmiris killed by the government forces since June 11, Geelani held the rulers in Delhi directly responsible as, according to him, the forces were engaged in the targeted killing of youth at the behest of the central leadership. Geelani flayed the violence being inflicted on media persons in the valley, saying that the press was the fourth pillar of politics but that the forces did not allow journalists to work freely, beating them and snatching their equipment. Asking the police to refrain from making war on the people, Geelani said that some officers, in their race to be more loyal than the king, had lost sight of the fact they were part of this society. The Hurriyat leader thanked rights groups in Britain for highlighting the ongoing oppression in the valley, saying that champions of justice the world over should rise for the defence of Kashmiris at a time when Indian forces were engaged in a genocide of Kashmiri youth by targeted killings. Britains leading Indian and South Asian rights groups have written a joint letter to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh urging him to intervene to stop atrocities against Kashmiri civilians by Indian troops. The letter which, according to organisers, was handed in to the Indian High Commission here and also faxed to the Prime Ministers office in New Delhi, expressed grave concern over what it described as violent repression of civilian demonstrators. The brutal murders of more than fifty unarmed people, a majority of them children and teenagers, in the space of two months, demonstrates a complete disregard for the humanity of the Kashmiri people on the part of the security forces who, directed by the Indian state, are acting with complete impunity, it said. The letter was signed by representatives of South Asia Solidarity Group, Indian Workers Association (GB), the South Asian Alliance, the 1857 Committee, the Campaign Against Criminalizing Communities and Imkaan, among others. They said they were concerned that people were not even being allowed to express their anger over the killings of children in police firing. As representatives of Indian and South Asian diaspora organizations and civil liberties organizations in Britain we would urge you to act immediately to ensure an immediate end to the atrocities against Kashmiris by security forces, the letter said demanding repeal of the Armed Forces Special Powers Act. Meanwhile, the condition of ailing Chairman of Hurriyat Conference (G), Syed Ali Geelani slightly improved late Saturday night, his family and Hurriyat (G) sources said Sunday. The spokesman of the Hurriyat Conference (G), Ayaz Akbar said that his condition had shown an improvement and doctors had examined him twice at his residence. His condition has been deteriorated since Friday following breathlessness and acute bronchitis. Subsequently, Geelani was administered oxygen by the doctors at his residence. Chest specialist Dr Mohammad Yousuf visited Geelani and advised him to go New Delhi, a spokesman of Hurriyat (G) said. Dr Tauheed also visited his residence and administered oxygen to him, he added and appealed the people to pray for the speedy recovery of the veteran leader. Later at the evening the Hurriyat (G) chairmans condition improved slightly. Even during his detention the Hurriyat (G) chairman was admitted to SKIMS, Soura several times in view of his ill health. After his release, there was no significant improvement in his health condition. The doctors, who have been examining Syed Ali Geelani have advised shifting him to New Delhi for treatment, but he refused to leave the valley in the present situation. Describing the ailment of Syed Ali Geelani as not life threatening, the doctors said that his present ailment had nothing to do with his already existing kidney and other health problems. Geelanis ailment is in no way threat to his life. He was admitted in Soura hospital from the Cheshmashahi sub-jail on July 22 after he suffered respiratory infection. After spending more than a week in the hospital, he recovered fully and was discharged. What happened on Friday is a symptom of same infection, Dr Pervaiz, who treated Gilani at Soura, told mediamen. Dr Parvaiz said, it is due to the infection that Gilani feels uneasy while breathing. The infection causes breathlessness. However, it is not life threatening. The infection has nothing to do with his other health problems. After taking prescribed antibiotics, the ailing leader will recover fully, he said.