Islamabad (April 05, 2018): Pakistan has urged the human rights champions to act immediately to halt the Indian reign of terror in Occupied Kashmir.
At his weekly news briefing in Islamabad on Thursday, Foreign Office Spokesperson Dr. Muhammad Faisal said that Kashmiri people also expect the international community to fulfill its obligations for the resolution of lingering Kashmir dispute.
The spokesperson said that Pakistan has strongly reacted to the recent Indian brutalities in occupied valley which claimed the lives of twenty Kashmiri youth and injured three hundred others. He said that over forty people also lost their vision in the valley due to the use of pellet guns by the occupying forces.
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He said this mindless killing spree has exposed the ugly and inhumane face of India.
He said Pakistan has expressed full solidarity with the Kashmiri people and it will continue to extend its moral, political and diplomatic support to their just cause for right to self-determination.
Dr Faisal said that Foreign Minister Khawaja Muhammad Asif personally briefed the diplomatic corps in Islamabad today about the recent Indian atrocities.
He said Pakistan also contacted some other countries on the situation arising out of violence in occupied Kashmir and their response has been positive.About a recent meeting between National Security Advisor Nasser Khan Janjua and the Indian High Commissioner, the spokesperson it is not Pakistan but India which is running away from dialogue.
He said efforts are continuing for revival of dialogue between the two countries.
When asked about Pakistan’s reaction on recent aerial strike on a seminary at Kunduz in Afghanistan, the Foreign Office spokesperson said the incident which claimed the lives of children and civilians is deplorable and also detrimental to revival of peace process.
He said Pakistan believes in an Afghan-led and Afghan-owned peace process.
He said Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi will be visiting Kabul tomorrow as part of the country’s policy of engagement with Afghanistan.