Occupied Kashmir is leaving India: Foreign Minister

Occupied Kashmir is leaving India Foreign Minister (3)Occupied Kashmir is leaving India: Foreign Minister

Lahore: Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi says India’s war madness is destroying the region’s peace. The neighbor is constantly violating human rights. Occupied Kashmir is leaving India.

Talking to Dunya News’s program “People of the World”, he said that the international community should take notice of Indian violations, but also look at what the alternatives are if American arbitration does not want to proceed. Pakistan had already realized the fear that India could take such a step.

The Foreign Minister further said that I had already written to the UN Secretary-General that there was any unusual move on the Line of Control, that continuous violation of the Line of Control would destroy the peace of the region. Wants the Secretary-General to tell the UN that we are concerned. This concern has also increased because the enemy cluster is using bombs on the Line of Control.

Shah Mehmood Qureshi said that I would like to inform the world community that the use of cluster bombs is a violation of the Geneva Convention and international law. It was not long before India used cluster bombs on the Line of Control; civilians were being targeted. This is worsening the situation in the occupied valley, which makes it possible to estimate that Kashmir is coming out of Indian Army.

He said that India wants to have an incident that raised fingers against Pakistan and once again pressure on Pakistan on the diplomatic front, and later on we will continue to do the cleaning. We can get out of this situation through diplomacy.

The Foreign Minister also said that US President Donald Trump has also offered mediation for dialogue between Pakistan and India, the Modi government does not want to go further and targets innocent civilians at the LoC, including the occupied valley. So what options does Pakistan have? The international community will have to emphasize India, and after deliberation, a concrete plan must be put in place so that New Delhi comes to the negotiating table.

Shah Mahmood Qureshi’s letter to the UN Secretary General

On the other hand, Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi has written to the UN Secretary General. Which was conveyed to the members of the Security Council.

After India’s cluster bomb attacks on LoC, the Foreign Minister has written to the UN Secretary General, Pakistan’s permanent delegation to the UN says Miliaha Lodha, the occupier of Kashmir in the letter, said India’s humanitarian situation. Rights violations, and provocations were written on the LOC.

Taking to Twitter, he said the letter expressed concern over India’s attempt to change the status of occupied Kashmir, an attempt to change the status of occupied Kashmir was a violation of the Security Council’s contracts.

Milia Lodhi further said that Pakistan opposes every move to change the status of occupied Kashmir. The global community and the UN should play their role for peace.


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Foreign Minister decides to contact OIC general secretary

Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi has decided to contact the OIC General Secretary following the tweet of the Hurriyat leader, Foreign Minister will inform the OIC General Secretary about the law and order situation in Kashmir. He will demand the Secretary General to play a vital role in protecting Kashmiris from Indian barbarism.

Shah Mahmood has also written a detailed letter to the first Secretary-General of the United Nations, demanding notice of violations of Indian international law.

Foreign Minister said that Hurriyat leader Syed Ali Geelani has given an SOS call on rising Indian aggression in the occupied valley. India has threatened Kashmiri genocide in tweet. We will continue to provide diplomatic and moral support to our Kashmir brothers.

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Source: www.dunyanews.tv

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