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Pakistan seeks global cooperation in stopping bloodshed in Occupied Kashmir

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan has strongly condemned killing of six innocent Kashmiri youth and injuries to many others by Indian occupation forces in held Kashmir.

In an array of tweet message on Sunday, the Foreign Office Spokesperson Nafees Zakaria urged the international community and human rights organizations to stop bloodshed and crimes against humanity by India in occupied Kashmir.

The spokesperson demanded that perpetrators must be brought to justice who are involved in killing of innocent people.

He said Pakistan will continue diplomatic, moral and political support to Kashmiris in their indigenous movement for self-determination.

Read More: Six civilians killed in Indian-held Kashmir poll violence

Six civilians were killed in Indian-occupied Kashmir on Sunday when police opened fire at protesters who stormed polling stations during a by-election for a parliamentary seat, a top officer said.

State and paramilitary police fired bullets and shotgun pellets as thousands of protesters shouting slogans against Indian rule charged into voting booths in Budgam district near the main city of Srinagar.

Many were grievously injured with bullets fired by police and paramilitary troops, hospital sources in Srinagar said.



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