PM Imran regrets int’l media ignoring dire human rights crisis in Kashmir

Prime Minister Imran Khan has regretted the international media is ignoring the dire human rights crisis in Indian occupied Kashmir.
In a series of tweets today, he said Kashmir is an internationally recognized disputed territory illegally annexed by India with nine hundred thousand troops imposing a siege on eight million Kashmiris.

I am puzzled as to how international media continues to give headline coverage to Hongkong protests but ignores the dire human rights crisis in IOJK – an internationally recognised disputed territory illegally annexed by India with 900k troops imposing a siege on 8mn Kashmiris
— Imran Khan (@ImranKhanPTI) October 11, 2019
Voicing concerns over the situation in occupied Kashmir, he said, a complete blackout of communications is continuing there for over two months with thousands imprisoned including the children and the entire spectrum of political leadership.
He said one hundred thousand Kashmiris have been killed in over thirty years.

For over 2 months with a complete blackout of communications, thousands imprisoned,including entire spectrum of political leadership plus children, & a growing humanitarian crisis. In IOJK 100k Kashmiris have been killed over 30 yrs fighting for their right to self determination
— Imran Khan (@ImranKhanPTI) October 11, 2019
He said the Kashmiris are fighting for their right to self-determination committed to them by the international community through the UN Security Council resolutions.