Before he was arrested, Khurram Parvez had a strong political presence on social media, both on Facebook & Twitter–even after the current siege began on July 9th. His posts were succinct & tough-minded. There wasn’t a word of incitement except defense of
Kashmiris against occupation & human rights crimes.
He had thousands of readers which explains why the Indian army had to lock him up. He also played a central role in educating & exposing forcible disappearance as a political weapon in several countries in South Asia & Latin America.
This is the website of his organization (which is also handling his legal defense), the Jammu Kashmir Coalition of Civil Society (JKCCS). If you draw down the “Reports” & other menus, you can read what it is the occupying army doesn’t want us to know.