Safi asks Pakistan to send medicines, edibles to IHK thru Red Crescent Srinagar

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Convener All Parties Hurriyat Conference (APHC) Ghulam Ahmed Safi Friday asked Pakistan to use Red Crescent, Hilal-e-Ahmar and other humanitarian organizations for sending medicine and food items to people of Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IoJ&K), who were under siege for the last 40 days.
‘I will request the government of Pakistan to use channels of Red Crescent, Hilal-e-Ahmar and other humanitarian organizations for sending medicine and food items to Kashmiris,’ he said while addressing a rally taken out to express solidarity with the people of IoJ&K.
‘Kidney patients are being denied to undergo regular and unavoidable treatment of dialysis there.
It is unfortunate that people in occupied Kashmir have no access to most essential and life saving drugs,’ he said urging international community to play role in mitigating sufferings of Kashmiris.
He appreciated the efforts of Pakistani government for highlighting the Kashmir issue at all international forums and said that convening the meeting of United Nations Security Council on Kashmir was the great success of Pakistan. ‘Pakistan’s foreign policy is moving in the right direction,’ he added.—APP