- Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi has said Pakistan will continue to raise its voice for the rights of Indian occupied Kashmir (IoK) people.
- “The real brutal face of India stands exposed before the world," FM Qureshi said.
- The minister said this on the return of his successful trip from Geneva where he addressed the United Nations Human Rights Council and raised the Kashmiri issue.
Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshir reiterated that Pakistan will continue to raise its voice against India's violations in Indian occupied Kashmir (IoK).
The minister said this on his return to Pakistan from his successful three-day visit to Geneva. During his stay there, Qureshi appraised the United Nations Human Rights Council of India's human rights violations in occupied Kashmir.
Speaking to the media on Thursday, the FM said that India's brutalities have been exposed before the world and the international community is now criticizing India for its opression against millions of Muslims in the region.
He further said that the Kashmiris were not alone in their struggle and Pakistan will continue to extend moral, political and diplomatic support to them.