Pakistan has continuously raised its voice against Indian atrocities in IoK: PM
ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif has said that Pakistan has continuously raised its voice against Indian atrocities in Occupied Kashmir, while India extrajudicially killed 690 oppressed Kashmiris in the last three years.
According to the details, in his message to the nation regarding the black day of the oppressed Kashmiris today, the prime minister said that today we are celebrating another Kashmiri black day with a heavy heart, October 27, 1947, is the day when India annexed occupied Kashmir.
In the message, the prime minister said that more than 900,000 armed soldiers of India are deployed in Occupied Kashmir, while violence, illegal detention, and black laws in the Jannat Nazir Valley indicate India’s brutal occupation. 690 Kashmiris were extrajudicially killed in three years.
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PM Shehbaz Sharif said that India illegally terminated the special status of Occupied Jammu and Kashmir on August 5, 2019, the situation in Occupied Kashmir has worsened due to India’s unilateral action while prominent Hurriyat leaders have been detained or detained.
In the message on the occasion of Black Day, the prime minister said that India has taken reprehensible steps to change the population ratio in Occupied Kashmir. Despite the difficulties, brave Kashmiris have made unprecedented sacrifices. Pakistan continues to support the oppressed Kashmiris, he said.
He said that Pakistan has continuously raised its voice against Indian atrocities. The international community should play a role in resolving the Kashmir issue. The only solution to the problem is in the resolutions of the United Nations. National consensus on this fundamental issue is our greatest asset. Whatever the cost, we will continue to support Kashmiris.