Indian ambitions dangerous for entire region: Gandapur
ISLAMABAD: Expressing grave concerns over Kashmir situation after Pulwama attack, Federal Minister for Kashmir Affairs Ali Amin Khan Gandapur said that solution of Kashmir issues lied in dialogues only, ARY News reported on Tuesday.
Talking to media here, Gandapur said that Indian extremism and ambition for unabated arms race was dangerous for the entire region. He said that India always blamed Pakistan for every incident without any investigations and evidences.
Gandapur urged the United Nations and international community to take notice of grave human rights violations in occupied Kashmir by Indian forces.
He said Islamabad always made serious efforts for peace in the region and added that Pakistan’s desire for peace should not be taken as weakness.
Gandapur said that Kashmir solution lied in dialogues and added that peace in the region was not possible without the resolution of Kashmir dispute.
Earlier, Kashmiris living outside their state were facing property evictions, job suspensions and attacks on social media after a suicide bomber killed 44 policemen in the region.
As the bodies of the paramilitary policemen who died in the attack were returned to families across India this weekend, charged mobs waving the Indian flag gathered in the shouting demands for revenge.
Kashmiri Muslims, meanwhile, were facing a backlash in Hindu-majority India, mainly in the northern states of Haryana and Uttarakhand, forcing the federal interior ministry to issue an advisory to all states to “ensure their safety and security and maintain communal harmony”.