Kashmiris' pain over unmarked graves

Thousands of unmarked graves have been discovered in remote areas of Indian-administered Kashmir, a legacy of decades of conflict in the region. Now a government human rights body is calling on the Indian authorities to investigate the graves - to identify the dead and find out who killed them.

Khurram Parvez works for the Coalition of Civil Society, a human rights organisation which first drew attention to the unmarked graves and is demanding a full, impartial investigation.

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Reporting by Jill McGivering with photographs by Michael Gallagher. Slideshow production by Phil Coomes.

Publication date 1 December 2011.

Listen to Jill McGivering's documentary on the Missing in Kashmir on Assignment on the BBC World Service.

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