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Indian atrocities in Kashmir

India must come out of state of denial: Fawad Chaudhry

ISLAMABAD: Federal Minister for Information and Broadcasting Fawad Chaudhry on Wednesday expressed concerns over the alarming death toll of Kashmiris due to Indian barbarism in the held territory. In a statement on his official Twitter account, the minister said, "India must come out of state of denial." While highlighting the worsening condition of human rights abuse, he wrote, "Kashmir is now a human catastrophe." The information minister urged India to "forget politics" on Kashmir issue and adopt an approach which…

Indian atrocities: Two more Kashmiris martyred; recent toll reaches 22

KULGAM: State terrorism of India took lives of two more people in Kulgam town of held Kashmir on Tuesday, while the toll has reached up to 22 in the recent days.  According to details, two innocent Kashmiris were killed by Indian troops, moreover, a house was set on fire during a so-called search operation of the area by Indian forces. The area was cordoned off and services of internet and mobile phones have also been blocked by the administration. A day earlier, Foreign Minister (FM) Shah Mahmood Qureshi and…

Denial of Kashmiri’s rights is “a telling example” of Indian impunity: Lodhi

NEW YORK: Speaking in the third committee of the General Assembly on Promotion and Protection of Human Rights, Pakistan’s Ambassador to the United Nations (UN), Maleeha Lodhi, stated that India’s consistent denial of the Kashmiri right to self-determination is “a telling example” of Indian impunity. "The egregious violations of human rights in Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir are a blot on the conscience of humanity, and these abuses demand immediate corrective action by the international community," said Maleeha Lodhi…

India must resolve Kashmir issue as per wishes of Kashmiris: PM Khan

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan took to Twitter on Monday to denounce the recent rise in Indian atrocities in occupied Kashmir valley while calling for India to solve the decades-old conflict through dialogue and according to the wishes of Kashmiris. "Strongly condemn the new cycle of killings of innocent Kashmiris in IOK by Indian security forces," the Prime Minister remarked. Again asking the arch-rival for a peaceful solution of the matter, he wrote, "It is time India realised it must move to resolve the…

Thousands protest in Kashmir after Indian army kills civilians

SRINAGAR: Police fired tear gas when thousands defied a curfew in India-Occupied Kashmir and took to the streets Monday in protest at the killing of six people by soldiers. Indian authorities had shut schools and suspended internet services as tension mounted over the shooting of civilians at a military checkpoint in southern Kashmir. But thousands of demonstrators still clashed with police and troops across the territory, one police officer told AFP. Tear gas was fired to disperse crowds who defied an official…