India trying to convert held Kashmir into a Muslim minority state: FO

Vincent De Villiers
Agosto 13, 2017

Foreign Affairs Spokesperson Nafees Zakaria while speaking to media said that the India wanted to change the demographics of the valley by converting it into Muslim community minority region, local media reported.

The minister also shared his vision of meeting the challenges and availing the opportunities in the realm of inter-state relations.

Taking about the human rights situation in Indian Occupied Kashmir, Zakaria said that 15 Kashmiris have been martyred, mostly youth this week whereas last week the count was 8.

The Spokesman said that the statistics of Kashmiris' sufferings on various counts as a result of Indian barbarities, and impunity with which Indian forces are committing the crimes against humanity, challenge the credibility of International Community's commitment to human rights, particularly the so-called protectors and defenders of human rights.

Pakistan on Thursday said that the global community has completely failed to restrain the Indian troops from mass killing of Kashmiri Muslims.

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These measures, taken by India, in Indian occupied Jammu & Kashmir were a violation of UNSC Resolution, UN Charter and all the UN instruments on human rights and fundamental rights, he added.

Regarding the Afghanistan issue, he said that the settlement of the crisis lay in conducting talks between all the stakeholders, adding that the USA was reviewing its policy on war-torn Afghanistan.

Replying to a question, he said the government of Pakistan fully supported the rehabilitation process in Afghanistan as it strongly believed Afghan rehabilitation impacts regional peace and stability.

The Korean national assembly speaker expressed keen interest in Korean investments in Pakistan and deepening economic cooperation, the Spokesman said.

The spokesperson said that India is using Afghan soil against Pakistan, adding that the country reserves the right to raise the issue with the United States government.

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