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India’s handling in Kashmir indicates its stark dissociation from reality: FO

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BEIJING, China: The Foreign Office on Thursday said New Delhi’s silence and its failure to acknowledge the fact that Indian atrocities to suppress the valiant Kashmiris utterly failed, indicated its stark dissociation from reality.

“This ostrich tactic will only aggravate the situation instead of resolving it,” the Foreign Office Spokesperson Dr Muhammad Faisal said in his weekly media briefing held in Beijing, where he was for an event of Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO).

It was for the first time in the history of Pakistan’s Foreign Office that the Spokesperson did his weekly media briefing from outside Pakistan.

Dr Faisal said Indian brutalities in Occupied Kashmir continued after the massacre of over 20 Kashmiris last week. He said the Indian Occupation Forces martyred another four Kashmiris this week including 16-year-old Bilal Ahmad Tantray, 25-year-old Sharjeel Ahmad Sheikh, Faisal Ilahi and 21-year old B.Tech final year student, Musavir Hassan Wani in Kulgam and Pulwama areas of Indian occupied Jammu & Kashmir.

“Pakistan calls upon the International Community to be cognizant of its responsibilities in the matter and urge India to facilitate the visit of independent Fact Finding teams of OHCHR and IPHRC to look into the gross human rights violations in IoK (Indian Occupied Kashmir) being perpetrated by Indian occupation forces and to fulfill its obligations under UN Security Council resolutions on Kashmir,” he said.

The Spokesperson further said the Indian forces were continuously targeting civilian populated areas with heavy weapons along the Line of Control (LoC) and the Working boundary, and on April 7 they killed a 30-year-old female Rudeba Kauser and injured her three sisters.

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