India repeating Gujarat Muslim massacre in occupied Kashmir, says Pakistan foreign minister | Pakistan
ISLAMABAD: The history of the massacre in India in Gujarat is repeated in occupied Kashmir, the Foreign Minister of Pakistan said on Monday, adding that Islamabad will send delegations to different countries to solve this problem.
at a press conference, the Minister of Foreign Affairs accused India of financing terrorism by the state in the occupied valley and said that the Indian state "plays with blood of Kashmir".
At least thirteen young people were tortured and four as a result of the shelling of protesters and funerals in Islamabad and the shopping areas of the occupied valley by the Indian security forces. More than 200 civilians were injured, many of whom are in critical condition.
Asif said that the situation on the control line is strained because of the Indian government.
The Foreign Minister said that the recent meeting of the federal government took place on a single-point agenda to discuss the plight of the Kashmiri people.
He said that the Cabinet agreed to send government delegations to different countries in view of their informing violations of rights in the occupied valley.
Asif said he discussed the Kashmir crisis with the Foreign Minister of Turkey and Iran, adding that Muslim countries openly support Pakistan's position in Kashmir.
Earlier, the Prime Minister of Pakistan expressed deep shock and sadness as a result of indiscriminate and vicious killings on Sunday of at least 17 young Kashmiris in the Indian troops occupied by Kashmir.
Prime Minister Shahid Hagan Abbasi said that the brutal repression, including the despicable use of pellet tools for civilians who protested against the murders, is deplorable.
He stressed that India's attempts to sign the legitimate Kashmiri struggle as terrorism can not deter valiant people of Jammu and Kashmir from their demand for exercising their right to self-determination in accordance with UN resolutions.
Abbasi called on the international community to call on India to allow access to fact-finding missions to occupied Jammu and Kashmir.
Abbasie's statement was followed by the Chief of Staff of the Pakistan Army (COAS), which states that "Indian atrocities in occupied Kashmir can never suppress a just political struggle for self-determination."
General Kamar Javed Badjwa said that the brutality of the Indian security forces against innocent civilians in occupied Kashmir and violations of the ceasefire directed against civilians along the control line (LS) and the working border are highly condemned.
the statements of the Pakistani leadership came amid a complete halt, marked by a curfew and restrictions in occupied Kashmir, against the Sunday murders of Kashmiri youths at the hands of Indian troops.
Thirteen young men were martyred as a result of a siege and a search and four in the shelling of protesters and funerals in Islamabad and the shopping areas of the occupied valley on Sunday.
A new wave of violence against Kashmiri residents also left more than 200 civilians injured.