Senate body condemns Indian Gen Rawat statement

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Staff Reporter

Islamabad

The Senate Standing Committee on Interior in its meeting on Friday unanimouslypassed a resolution strongly condemning the statement of Indian General Bipin Rawat wherein he has stated that Kashmiri children to be put into de-radicalization camps.
The meeting was chaired by Senator Abdul Rehman Malik and was attended by Senator Talha Mehmood, Senator Kulsoom Parveen, Senator Muhammad Javed Abbasi, Senator Muhammad Tahir Bizenjo, and Senator Shahzad Waseem. Senator Muhammad Azam Khan Swati Federal Minister for Parliamentary Affairs, Secretary Law and Justice and other senior officers from the Ministry for Interior and ICT administration also attended the meeting.
At the outset, Senator A. Rehman Malik strongly condemned the ongoing Indian forces brutalities in Indian Occupied Kashmir and the anti-Muslim mindset of Indian government and forces. He said that earlier Indian army officer and leader of BJP Maj General (R) SP Sinha in a statement had justified the rapes of Kashmiri women in Indian Occupied Kashmir (IOK) and now the General Bipin Rawat is justifying crimes against innocent Kashmiri children.
Chairman Senate Standing Committee on Interior moved the resolution which was unanimously adopted by the members. He read the resolution as “The Senate Standing Committee on Interior strongly condemns the statement of Indian General Bipin Rawat wherein he has stated Kashmiri children to be put into de-radicalization camps. This is another human rights violation to shift and restrict the innocent Kashmiri children in isolated camps as part of cleansing of Muslim population after scraping the special status of Kashmir. The Committee also condemns the ongoing brutalities against oppressed Kashmiris by the Indian Forces in Indian Occupied Kashmir.’’
Senator A. Rehman Malik said that statement of Indian Army General clearly reflects the extremist mentality of RSS.