UN human rights experts have expressed concern that people in Indian-administered Kashmir are being discriminated against in land and employment. India has unilaterally declared the special status of Kashmir null and void.
Human rights experts also say that India passed so-called domicile laws in Kashmir in May 2020, depriving the Kashmiri people of their protection through so-called Indian legislation.
UN experts say Indian domicile law is raising fears of demographic change on linguistic, religious, and ethnic grounds.
UN human rights experts have called on India to protect the economic, social, and cultural rights of the people of occupied Kashmir.