ISLAMABAD: The Foreign Office strongly condemned the statement made by the Indian Minister regarding Occupied Kashmir and rejected all the allegations.
In a statement issued by the spokesperson of the Foreign Office, it has been said that the inflammatory language of Indian politicians cannot change the reality, India has imposed black laws on the occupied valley.
The spokesman said that this is not the first time that an Indian politician has raised objections to the legitimate, local, and just struggle for freedom of the people of India’s illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir. “We advise India to reassess its role,” the spokesman asserted.
The Foreign Office said that despite imposing strict laws, keeping the entire valley under military siege for decades, imprisoning thousands of innocent Kashmiris and their real representatives, and killing more than 100,000 Kashmiris indiscriminately. “Why is India still in the hearts of Kashmiris? I could not suppress the flame of freedom,” the spokesman maintained.
The spokesperson of the Foreign Office mentioned that India needs a reminder from history that Jammu and Kashmir is an internationally recognized conflict. “The Kashmir issue remains on the agenda of the United Nations and its solution is the responsibility of the United Nations Security Council,” he said. The Foreign Office demanded that the international community should play a role in stopping the Indian atrocities on the people in Occupied Kashmir.