Global community failed to prevent Indian oppression against Kashmiris: FO


He said this during a weekly press briefing in Islamabad on Thursday.

Khawaja Asif also shared his vision of meeting the challenges and availing the opportunities in the realm of inter-state relations from Pakistan's perspectives.

FO spokesperson said that this week 15 defenceless Kashmiris were by Indian armed forces in Indian occupied Jammu and Kashmir.

He informed that Republic of Korea National Assembly Speaker Chung Sye-Kyun paid a fruitful visit this week and held a meeting with the foreign minister and expressed keen interest in investments and economic cooperation with Pakistan. "Killing innocents has become a routine job of police and forces", he said.

"Last week the count was 8; the statistics of Kashmiris' sufferings on various counts, as a result of Indian barbarities and impunity with which Indian forces are committing the crimes against humanity, challenge the credibility of worldwide community's commitment to human rights".

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"From ongoing genocide to unleashing of terror on (people), all is being done by Indian rulers with the active support of Mehbooba Mufti-led PDP and other pro-India politicians who shamelessly support these killings and atrocities", he said.

A complete shutdown is being observed in Occupied Kashmir today against the Indian plans to abrogate Article 35A of Indian Constitution to convert the Muslim majority into minority of the valley.

Responding to other questions, the spokesman said India's grave human rights violations in Kashmir, unprovoked firing on this side of the Line of Control and attempts aimed at changing demography of Kashmir also threaten regional peace with consequences for global peace and security.

India, he said, is a grave violator of the United Nations charter and other United Nations instruments on human and fundamental rights.