Overseas Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi on Sunday stated he hoped Europe would play its position in bringing an finish to India’s atrocities in occupied Kashmir.
“The European Parliament is anticipated to deliberate [on Monday] on the Modi authorities’s unlawful actions within the Indian Occupied Kashmir and lift its voice in opposition to the human rights violations within the disputed territory,” he instructed reporters on the Karachi airport.
India’s heavy restrictions on motion and communication blockade in occupied Kashmir entered its 28th day on Sunday. The lockdown was imposed on August four, a day earlier than India revoked the semi-autonomous standing of the occupied valley, paving the way in which for outsiders to purchase land and settle there – a transfer geared toward altering the demography of the Muslim-dominated territory.
Qureshi stated Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi needed to face embarrassment in his makes an attempt to stop the Kashmir difficulty from being highlighted internationally.
The minister referred to as for the discharge of 1000’s of Kashmiris imprisoned by the Indian authorities after the revocation of the particular constitutional standing of the IOK on August 5.
He criticised the Indian brutalities, the incessant curfew and different restrictions within the occupied territory.
“There isn’t any precedent within the historical past of the suppression of the liberty of affiliation and the liberty of press which the Modi authorities has resorted to within the IOK,” he noticed.
He stated youngsters within the occupied valley have been being disadvantaged of schooling and folks couldn’t contact their family members due to the clampdown.
“The world is watching no matter is occurring within the IOK. Prime Minister Imran Khan has well timed and successfully introduced the case of Kashmiris, and the worldwide neighborhood together with the Muslim nations will hopefully take discover of human rights violations within the IOK.”
To a query, Qureshi stated Gulf nations stood by Pakistan over the Kashmir dispute.