Islamabad, November 21 (KMS): The Chairman of Jammu and Kashmir Peoples Freedom League (JKPFL), Muhammad Farooq Rehmani, has strongly denounced a former Indian Army General’s derogatory remarks against the women of occupied Kashmir.

Maj Gen (retd) S P Sinha in a live television show had openly called for rape of Kashmiri women.

Muhammad Farooq Rehmani in a statement issued in Islamabad, today, said that Maj Gen Sinha must be a rapist and brute to issue such a disgraceful, criminal, humiliating and condemnable statement and the UN must take note of this cursed Indian Army General. »

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Islamabad, Nov 21 (KMS): Pakistan has called upon the international community to become the voice of the oppressed Kashmiri children of Indian Occupied Kashmir.
In a statement on the occasion of Universal Children Day, the Foreign Office Spokesperson urged India to immediately stop its illegal and inhuman policies and practices that are in contravention of its own obligations under the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.
The Spokesperson said on this day, we must not forget the plight of the children of Occupied Kashmir, bearing the brunt of Indian brutalities. »

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Ankara, Nov 21 (KMS): As the clampdown in Indian Occupied Kashmir (IOK) continues now for 110 days, with no signs of normalisation, Pakistan says that this dispute continues to cast an ominous shadow over the future of nearly one-fifth of humanity, and without doubt, poses one of the most serious challenges to regional and international peace and security today.
Despite India’s annexation of IOK, Pakistan says that it is desirous of peace and stability in South Asia through the resolution of all outstanding disputes, in particular the Jammu and Kashmir dispute, through dialogue and in line with the relevant UN Security Council resolutions. »

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Ankara, Nov 21 (KMS): Azad Jammu Kashmir (AJK) President Sardar Masood Khan has appreciated Turkish leadership particularly President Recep Tayyip Erdoðan for strongly advocating the Kashmir cause. “President Erdoðan strongly advocated a resolution of Kashmir dispute through dialogue in Islamabad and New Delhi and recently and at the UN General Assembly in New York without any fear or favor,” he declared.
The AJK president expressed these views while addressing international conference on Kashmir Turmoil: Emerging Threats to Peace and Role of International Community, organized here on Wednesday by the Lahore Center for Peace Research (LCPR) and the Institute for Strategic Thinking (SDE). He hoped that the conference will bring the Kashmir cause to the radar screen of global diplomacy. “Today this event may look like a blip but tomorrow it might become a trend or a tidal wave,” he added.
The AJK president said that Pakistan and Turkey were intertwined in strongest bonds while Azad Kashmir had a special relationship with Turkey. After 2005 earthquake, Turkey was the first and the most efficient responder for rescue, relief and rehabilitation besides subsequent reconstruction process. »

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