Grave Indian HR abuses in Occupied Kashmir can result into worst tragedy

Shah Mehmood

Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi has warned that the grave human rights violations being committed by Indian forces in occupied Kashmir could turn into a worst tragedy.
Talking to journalists before attending a “Kashmir Bane Ga Pakistan” rally in Multan, he said the Indian atrocities on people of the held valley are increasing with each passing day.
He said occupied Kashmir has been under round the clock curfew for the last twenty one days and with shortage of medicines and food, the situation has become more critical for people of the valley.
The Foreign Minister urged international community to pay special attention to resolving the Kashmir issue.
He said India has been trying to make Kashmir as its internal matter but it has been exposed by Pakistan through intensive foreign diplomacy.
Shah Mahmood Qureshi said the Islamic countries are supporting Pakistan on the Kashmir issue and Iran, Turkey and Malaysia have already raised their voice for Kashmiri people.
He said there are reports that India is planning to send extremists of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh to Jammu and Kashmir and the international community should take notice of that.