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India's offensive actions in IoK could harm region's peace, security: FO

  • Zahid Hafeez says world leaders should hold India accountable for its crimes against the people of Kashmir
Published August 27, 2020

(Karachi) Foreign Office Spokesperson Zahid Hafeez Chaudhri has said that India's human rights violations and offensive actions in Jammu and Kashmir could prove harmful for peace and security in the region.

Addressing a weekly briefing in Islamabad on Thursday, he said that the world community should come forward and play their role in resolving the Kashmir issue. "World leaders should hold India accountable for its crimes against the people of Kashmir," he stated.

Hafeez added that there is no change in Pakistan's policy on Kashmir dispute.

The spokesperson asked India to reverse its unilateral and illegal actions of August 5, lift restrictions, release all the prisoners and revoke the draconian laws in the occupied territory. "Domiciles issued prior to August 5, 2019 in the occupied valley should also be declared null and void."

He said India should allow UN Military Observer Group and human rights observers to visit Jammu and Kashmir.

Regarding Kulbushan Jadhav's case, Zahid said Pakistan is committed to fully implement the judgment of International Court of Justice. He, however, lamented that India is trying to frustrate Pakistan's efforts in this regard.

He said," the judgment of the ICJ clearly states that the review and reconsideration of Jadhav's conviction will be as per Pakistani laws. He asked India to cooperate with Pakistani courts on the matter.

Responding to a question about the Afghan peace process, the spokesperson said it has reached a critical stage. He said Pakistan desires early start of the intra Afghan dialogue after addressal of the residual issues.

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