Islamabad, June 08 (KMS): Foreign Office Spokesperson Nafees Zakaria has strongly condemned Indian blatant killings and human rights violations in occupied Kashmir.

Nafees Zakaria at the weekly news briefing in Islamabad on Thursday said during last one week, nine Kashmiris, including a 12th class student Aadil Farooq Magray in Shopian, a post graduate student Ajaz Ahmad Mir and Basharat Ahmad Sheikh (19) have been martyred, reportedly, around 40 were arrested and equal number of people were injured.

He said students of Islamic University of Science & Technology, Awantipora, were subjected to brute force by the troops when they raised pro-freedom and anti-India slogans and marched on Srinagar-Jammu highway.

He said unable to face the determined Hurriyat leadership and indigenous movement for self-determination of Kashmiri youth in IOK, India and unlawful authorities have launched dirty tactics, including raids, media blockade, arbitrary arrests and killing in fake encounters, harassment of Kashmiri leadership and propaganda to discredit and defame the Hurriyet leadership.

The Spokesperson said the Government of Pakistan calls upon the UNSC, Members of UN and Human Rights organizations across the globe to call India to account for the grave human rights violations and crimes against humanity committed by its occupation forces in Indian occupied Kashmir.

He also strongly took up the issue of grave human rights violations in IOK at the Council of Human Rights in Geneva at the 35th Session, yesterday..

He said Pakistan has always exercised restraint but India’s belligerence is a threat to regional peace and security. He said India is deliberately escalating tension to divert international community’s attention from gross human rights violation in Occupied Kashmir.


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