PPP Rehman Malik condemns Indian atrocities in Jammu & Kashmir


Senate Standing Committee on Interior Chairman Senator Rehman Malik on Tuesday condemned the Indian atrocities in Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIJOK).
He shared his sentiments while chairing the meeting of the Senate Standing Committee on Interior at Parliament House.
He said that the siege in Kashmir has entered its 547th day and stressed that the Government must raise this issue very strongly at all international forums including United Nations.
He said that since day first this committee has been marking these days as ‘Dark Days’ in the history of mankind and expressing solidarity with Kashmiri brothers and sisters who are struggling for their legitimate right of self-determination under UNSC Resolutions.
He added that the Government must present the Disinfolab EU Report to FATF in the session scheduled to take place virtually from Feb 22 to 25 as the report is composed of Indian malicious and fake propaganda against Pakistan.
He said that keeping in view the Indian Chronicles exposed by DisinfoLab EU, we hope that FATF would delist Pakistan from its grey list and hope no politically motivated decision would be taken by the FATF this time.
He said that the restrictions imposed because of FATA grey list hurting country’s economy. The Committee urged FATF to either permanently remove the name of Pakistan from the grey list of FATF, or, extend further grace period in wake of coronavirus outbreak.