As per the Association of Parents of Disappeared Persons, more than 8,000 Kashmiris went missing during the past 24 years, it added.
What does APDP stand for?
APDP stands for Association of Parents of Disappeared Persons (Kashmir)
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- Apple Professional Development Online
- Association of Professional Declutterers & Organisers (UK)
- Advisory Panel for the Dictionary of Occupational Titles
- Acquisition Professional Development Program
- Administrative Policy Directives and Procedures
- Alarm and Power Distribution Panel
- Annual Performance Driven Pay
- Anti-Parallel Diode Pair
- Asia Pacific Democracy Partnership
- Associação Protectora dos Diabéticos de Portugal
- Average Power Delay Profile
- Action pour le Developpement et la Paix en Afrique
- Andhra Pradesh District Poverty Initiatives Project (India)
- Access Point Decision Report
- Annual Performance and Development Review
- Asia-Pacific Daily Report
- Asociatia Parteneri in Dezvoltare Romania (Romanian: Association of Partners in Development Romania; Bucharest, Romania)
- Association for the Protection of Democratic Rights
- Association of Program Directors in Radiology
- Asia-Pacific Data-Research Center (Honolulu, Hawaii)
Samples in periodicals archive:
6 ( ANI ): A consortium of social activists under the banner of International People's Tribunal (IPT) on human rights and justice in Kashmir and the Association of Parents of Disappeared Persons (APDP) on Thursday, released a report on violations of human rights in Jammu and Kashmir over the past two decades.
The Association of Parents of Disappeared Persons and International Peoples Tribunal on Human Rights and Justice in Kashmir had filed a complaint regarding unmarked graves in Poonch.
Association of Parents of Disappeared Persons (APDP) estimates around 10,000 people went missing, presumed kidnapped and allegedly murdered by Indian security forces during the nearly two-decade-old separatist revolt in Kashmir, and says many of the missing could have ended up in unmarked graves.
The activists of Association of Parents of Disappeared Persons staged a sit-in at Municipal Park in Srinagar demanding the whereabouts of their dear ones, disappeared in custody.