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Wot r war crimes n how is justice given to the victims? n hu gives it? (on an international level )

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Asked by maya, 13 Jun '10 07:21 pm
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There was a convention held in Geneva and all nations agreed to observe certain rules regarding the treatment given to Prisoners of War. They should be illtreeted and should be handed over back to their respective countries.
Captain Saurabh Kalia and five more soldiers of Indian army were were captured by Pakistani army during kargil war. They extremely tortured and when their bodies reached India after 22 days of their capture, they so much mutilated that they were unrecognisable.
Recently after 11 years India is still waiting that UNO should declared this act of Pakistani as a war crime but so far Indian govts have not even initiated the move with UNO.
What Pakistan did with Capt. Saurabh Kalia and his five colleagues is called War Crime.
Answered by QueSera Sera, 13 Jun '10 07:56 pm

 
  
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The term war crime has no definite meaning. It was commonly thought of as a violation of the laws of war committed by a combatant or even a civilian. In 1945 the charter of the Nrnberg tribunal gave that court jurisdiction to try crimes against the peace (which consisted of waging a war of aggression), war crimes (that is, violations of the laws and customs of war), and crimes against humanity (such as themurder and ill-treatment of civilians). Twenty-two persons were charged at Nrnberg and 25 at the Tokyo tribunal, but many more were tried by tribunals established by Allied governments in territory they occupied at the conclusion of World War II. The tribunals had a profound effect on the development of international law as it is concerned with the responsibility of both states and individuals for conduct leading toand during war. In particular, the tribunal confirmed that individuals could be held liable for a breach of international law: Crimes against international law are commit ...more
Answered by KARTIKAY SHARMA, 13 Jun '10 08:26 pm

 
  
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No one gets justice in war crimes....Monsters like KASAB are kept in jail instead of being hanged THERE IS NO JUSTICE for Indian...its just an illusion.
Answered by Kuldeep Khatau, 13 Jun '10 07:24 pm

 
  
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