Pakistan wants to provide medical help to victims in IOK: PM Nawaz

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has said that Pakistan want to provide medical facilities to the victims of Indian atrocities in Occupied Kashmir, ARY News reported.

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In a statement, PM Nawaz Sharif has said that the neighbouring country is violating human rights throught operation in Indian occupied Kashmir (IOK). The prime minister said that many Kashmiris lost their eye-sight after being hit by pellet guns used by the Indian forces.

He added that India is not allowing medical aid in the region whereas Indian forces are targeting hospitals and ambulances.

PM Nawaz said that the situation in IOK demands medical assistance in the region.

The premier went on to say that the situation in the region is forcing Pakistan to send medical aid in Indian occupied Kashmir. “We want to provide medical assistance to the victims of Indian atrocities in the region,” he said.

“Pakistan will bear the traveling and treatment expenses of the Kashmiris”, the prime minister said.

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