Qureshi regrets world silence over Indian atrocities in occupied Kashmir
ISLAMABAD: Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi has regretted the world community silence over the growing atrocities by the Indian forces in occupied Kashmir, reported ARY News on Wednesday.
Addressing a seminar under the head of “Pakistan-India Relations and acceleration of freedom movement in Occupied Kashmir”, Qureshi said despite knowing the facts, the global community is not taking any action against the rights violation in the occupied valley.
Qureshi paid tribute to the people of Occupied Kashmir who are continuing their freedom struggle despite the raging Indian violence and mayhem.
“Kashmiris are carrying out their struggle for independence”, the FM continued.
Shedding light on the provocation from the Indian side, he said Pakistan gave a befitting response when India resorted to aggression in the wake of Pulwama incident.
We have to remain alert by keeping in view the mindset of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Shah Mahmood Qureshi urged the need for national consensus on issue of security and said it was under this spirit that he wrote letters to parliamentary leaders of different political parties and personally contacted the leaders of Pakistan Peoples’ Party and Pakistan Muslim League.
He said though the response of the opposition parties on these issues was not negative but they hesitated to act promptly on such issues of national importance.