Overseas Workplace Spokesperson Aisha Farooqui on Thursday expressed concern over the dearth of medical provides and help in Indian Occupied Kashmir amid an increase in coronavirus cases.
Throughout her weekly press briefing, the spokesperson stated the occupied area has reported 170 confirmed cases and 5 deaths.
She stated voices from inside India and the worldwide neighborhood have condemned the inhumane therapy being meted out to the individuals of Kashmir by the hands of the Indian authorities, including that six worldwide human rights organisations have demanded the discharge of all these arrested to include the unfold of the virus.
Condemning the Indian authorities’s lately launched domicile legislation, Farooqui termed the transfer an try to vary the demographic construction of the occupied area. She stated it’s a clear violation of worldwide legal guidelines and the United Nations Safety Council resolutions.
She rubbished Indian media studies linking Pakistan to the terrorist assault on a temple in Kabul final week, including that Pakistan has suffered essentially the most and has fought the toughest towards terrorism from throughout the border.
“Pakistan firmly believes that such despicable terrorist acts haven’t any political, non secular or ethical justification. We’re very nicely conscious of India’s steady smear marketing campaign towards us however are assured that these ways is not going to achieve deceptive the world neighborhood,” she stated.
Torkham border; repatriation
The spokesperson additional maintained that Pakistan has made the choice to facilitate the motion of cargo vehicles and containers into Afghanistan by way of Torkham and Chaman borders, thrice per week from tomorrow.
She stated a complete plan is in motion to repatriate stranded Pakistanis. Below this plan, thus far 194 nationals have returned from Istanbul, 170 from Bangkok, 128 from Tashkent, 136 from Baghdad, 101 from the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and 40 from Doha by way of particular flights operated by the Pakistan Worldwide Airways (PIA).