World’s role sought over Indian brutalities

Islamabad—Prominent parliamentarians have urged the international community not to stay silent on the brutalities of Indian armed forces in Indian Occupied Kashmir.
Talking to media on Tuesday, member National Assembly Ejazul Haq said the decision of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to send parliamentarians to important countries of the world for exposing state terrorism of India, was a timely and correct step.
He said Pakistan should play an effective role in the present situation in Indian Occupied Kashmir, adding Pakistan will continue to extend moral, political and diplomatic support to Kashmiris struggling for achieving their right to self-determination.
He said the world will listen when the parliamentarians will express their viewpoint on the worsening situation in Kashmir.
The parliamentarians chosen by the Prime Minister will not only meet elected representatives of other countries but will also meet officials of human rights organizations and government.
They will expose before the world the atrocities committed by India to crush the indigenous freedom movement of Kashmiris, he added.
He mentioned that 85 Kashmiris have lost their lives and 500 lost their eyesight as the Indian army used pellet guns to silence their voice. Ejaz said Kashmiris were given their right to self- determination by the United Nations Security Council through its resolutions. He denied any foreign involvement in the ongoing Kashmir liberation movement and said it was purely a local movement.
He told that the Foreign Office had contacted the parliamentarians and it would soon hold a briefing for them.—APP

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