‘Govt highlighting Indian atrocities in IOK at all fora’


Ch.Barjees Tahir, Federal Minister for KA&GB addressing on the occasion of an Iftaar dinner held in the honour of PMLN Workers at Bagh (AJK) on 17-06-2016.

Islamabad—Minister for Kashmir Affairs and Gilgit-Baltistan Barjees Tahir Sunday said the government was highlighting Indian atrocities in occu-pied Kashmir at all local and international fora. Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif had always taken up the matter at all international fora and also pleaded the case of Kashmiri at United Nations General Assembly.
Barjees said the Pakistan’s stance on Kashmir issue is very clear and we are firmed on it from the first day. India had the double standards on occupied Kashmir as she accepted it as a disputed territory in UN while considered her part in constitution. He said martyrdom of freedom fighter Burhan Wani has further strengthened the Kashmir movement and would continue till achievement of their right to self-determination.
The minister called upon the human rights or-ganizations to take notice of Indian barbarism in occupied Kashmir and take steps for resolution of the dispute. He said entire Pakistani nation stands by the Kashmiri people and supports their movement for right to self-determination.
Meanwhile, Advisor to the Prime Minister on Political Affairs Dr Asif Kirmani Saturday said Pakistan would not tolerate brutalities of the Modi government and killings of the Kshmiris and observe Black Day on July 20 against the barbarity of its army. Addressing a public meeting here, he said a few days back across the Line of Control the rogue Indian army martyred about 40 brave, honourable and courageous freedom loving Kashmiris.
“I want to tell the Modi government that they martyred Burhan Wani but now from every house of Kashmir a Burhan Wani will emerge. We will not tolerate the violence of Indian government.” He said Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif condemned the killings of Kashmiris and instructed the representative of Pakistan at the United Nations to raise the issue of Indian oppression in held Kashmir.
He said the Prime Minister chaired a special cabinet meeting on the issue of atrocities against the Kashmiris. Pictures of situation in Kashmir were shown in the meeting and everybody was grieved, he added. He said the Prime Minister instructed the Foreign Office to raise the issue in all the world capitals and the United Nations, with the message that Pakistanis would not tolerate the killing of Kashmiris.
The Advisor said on Friday protest demonstrations were held across Pakistan to mark the Day of Condemnation against the brutalities being perpetrated by rogue Indian army in Kashmir. On Monday, he said, the Day of Accession of Kashmir to Pakistan would be observed while on Tuesday Black Day would be marked to protest against the rogue army of India.
On these days, Pakistanis would protest against the oppression and brutality of India, he added. “The rogue Indian army is continuing to spill blood of our Kashmiri brothers.” The Advisor said hundreds of thousands of Kashmiris had been killed and the day was not far off when the people of Kashmir would see the morning of freedom.—APP

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