ISLAMABAD: Pakistan strongly condemns the persevering with assaults on Kashmiris within the aftermath of the Pulwama assault in Indian occupied Kashmir, International Workplace spokesman Dr Muhammad Faisal tweeted on Saturday.
The spokesman additional stated Indian should not use the Pulwama assault as a carte blanche to accentuate its atrocities in opposition to harmless Kashmiris in Indian occupied Kashmir.
A minimum of 44 Indian paramilitary troopers had been killed on Thursday in Srinagar-Jammu Freeway in Awantipora space of Pulwama district. The troopers had been killed when an improvised explosive machine (IED) went off as a convoy of army autos drove by, some 20 kilometres from the primary metropolis of Srinagar.
Following the Pulwama assault, Kashmiris have been focused in IoK by Indian safety forces and Hindu extremists.
International secretary briefs Ambassadors
International Secretary Tehmina Janjua shared Pakistan’s perspective with Ambassadors from non-permanent members of the United Nations Safety Council (UNSC) on the unfounded allegations by the Indian authorities following the Pulwama assault.
In her briefing, the overseas secretary pointed in the direction of identified ways of India to divert international consideration from gross human rights violations in Indian occupied Kashmir. She emphasised continued significance of implementing the united states decision on Kashmir.
“India claims based mostly on contradictory and unverified social media content material don’t have any grounds,” Dr Faisal stated.
‘Pakistan needs peace’
Talking to Geo Information, International Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi stated India “ought to have acted extra responsibly”, and requested if New Delhi “desired peace and stability within the area or political point-scoring with consideration on the upcoming elections?”
“Pakistan has been very clear, our viewpoint is obvious, and, particularly, the stance of this authorities has been plain and easy: we want peace,” he stated, including: “We want good relations with our neighbours, we neither want to go for the trail of violence nor has this ever been a part of our intentions.