Pakistan to send envoys to six Capitals to highlight Kashmir killings
MUZAFFARABAD: Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi Wednesday said that Pakistan would send envoys to six important capitals to apprise the world of brutalities of Indian forces against the unarmed civilians struggling for their right to self-determination.
Talking to the representatives of Hurriyat Conference, the Prime Minister reiterated that the people and all political parties would continue to provide moral, diplomatic and political support to the Kashmir cause.
The representatives of the Hurriyat Conference appreciated the stance of the government of Pakistan for highlighting the Human Rights Violations in the Indian Occupied Kashmir. They stressed that diplomatic efforts needed to be enhanced to sensitize the international community.
Abbasi said that the government and people of Pakistan had always supported the implementation of UNSC Resolutions that call for right of self determination to the people of Kashmir.
Abbasi said that he and his cabinet colleagues were at Muzaffarabad to express solidarity with the people of Kashmir. He said all political parties were united on the Kashmir issue.
“We strongly condemn the brutalities inflicted by Indian Forces on innocent and unarmed people of Kashmir,” he said.
He said Pakistan’s Foreign Office and its diplomatic missions were propagating for the implementation of UNSC resolutions on Kashmir and pointed that he too highlighted the Kashmir issue in all his meetings at the United Nations and the OIC.