Pakistan strongly condemns killing of harmless Kashmiris

Nafees Zakaria
Pakistan on Sunday strongly condemned the extrajudicial killing of Kashmiri chief Burhan Wani and scores of different harmless Kashmiris within the Indian Occupied Kashmir (IOK) terming such acts as ‘deplorable and condemnable.’

“Such acts are a violation of elementary human rights of Kashmiris and can’t deter the folks of Jammu and Kashmir from their demand for the conclusion of the fitting to self-determination,” the International Workplace stated in a press launch.

Pakistan additionally has critical considerations over the detention of Kashmiri management within the Indian Occupied Kashmir and known as upon the Indian authorities to satisfy its human rights obligations in addition to its commitments underneath the United Nations Safety Council Resolutions.

“Pakistan reiterates that the decision of the Jammu and Kashmir dispute is just attainable by the conclusion of the fitting to self willpower of the folks of Jammu and Kashmir, as per the us resolutions, via a good and neutral plebiscite underneath UN auspices,” it added.

Reportedly, dying toll in firing by Indian troops on Kashmiri protesters has risen to 21 whereas over 200 have been injured.

One youth misplaced his life when safety forces opened hearth on protesters in Pulwama on Sunday.

In the meantime, curfew was imposed within the occupied valley as we speak (Monday).

However, a two-day shutdown can also be being noticed in all the Kashmir Valley from Sunday towards the killing spree unleashed by Indian military and police following the martyrdom of Burhan Wani.

Name for the strike was given by the Chairman of All Events Hurriyet Convention Syed Ali Gilani and Hurriyet Leaders Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and Muhammad Yasin Malik.

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