US Court Summons Modi for Torture in Indian Occupied Kashmir Lawsuit Ahead of his USA Visit

A US Court on Thursday issued summons against Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi ahead of his arrival to United States to attend the 74th session of the United Nations General Assembly.

According to details, the commons were issued against Narendra Modi for committing human rights violations in the Occupied Kashmir.

According to details, the summons were also issued against Amit Shah, Union Home minister of India and Lt. General Kanwal Jeet Singh Commander of Indian Armed forces in the Indian-occupied Kashmir IoK.

Court has asked Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and other members of his government to respond within 21 days to the charge that they have illegally occupied the internationally–recognized disputed territory of Jammu and Kashmir and are committing gross human rights violations there.

PM Modi and US president Donald Trump are set to address ‘Howdy, Modi! Shared Dreams, Bright Futures’ event to be held at NRG Stadium in Houston on Sunday.

US-based relatives of Kashmiris, two persons have filed a lawsuit in the federal district court of Houston against Prime Minister Narendra Modi accusing him of “torture, extra judicial killings and crimes against humanity” in Kashmir since August 5 clampdown.

Modi is expected to be joined by President Donald Trump at the massive gathering of Indian-Americans in Houston, in a symbolic show of the bond between the two leaders and countries.

The September 22 rally — dubbed, with a touch of Texan twang, “Howdy, Modi!” — will mark a rare joint appearance between a US president and a foreign leader before an ethnic community and be the pair’s third meeting this year.