WASHINGTON: Congressman Brad Sherman on Sunday said that United States committee on foreign affairs will review the human rights violations of Indian military in occupied Kashmir after the meeting of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA).

Brad Sherman head of the democratic party attended a gathering at the residence of Pakistan-born American doctor Asif Mehmood.

On this occasion, he said, The committee on foreign affairs will meet after the session of UNGA while they are awaiting the response of senior officials to attend the meeting.

The meeting is scheduled to take a brief look on Kashmirs situation as the US is anxious about human rights violations and deteriorating conditions of the disputed valley and wanted to draw worlds attention towards the matter, he added.

I investigated the matter personally from the Kashmiris living in the US and they are anxious about the horrific human right violations in their homeland and safety of their beloved ones living there, he further added.

India should focus on the protection of peoples right in the disputed valley as the US closely monitor the situations of human rights in the entire world, he concluded.