Human rights violations in IoK should be stopped: FM
ISLAMABAD: Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi has said that human rights violations in Indian occupied Kashmir should be stopped immediately.
Shah Mehmood Qureshi attended the Conservative Friends of Pakistan virtual meeting as a special guest. The foreign minister said that millions of British citizens of Pakistani origin are a testament to the stability of Pakistan-UK relations.
He said that the coronavirus has hit the world economy hard, making it difficult for developing countries to deal with coronavirus’s economic implications. Despite limited resources, a smart lockdown has reduced the spread of the coronavirus.
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Qureshi said that Indian extremism and unconstitutional measures have endangered the peace of the region and India is trying to change the proportion of the population in occupied Kashmir.
He demanded that human rights violations in occupied Kashmir be stopped immediately and pressure is put on India for a peaceful resolution of the Kashmir issue.