PTI presents memorandum to UN Representatives on Kashmir

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: The delegation of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) led by the Party’s Central Secretary General Aamir Mahmood Kiyani met the Officials of the United Nations Observer Mission in Islamabad on Thursday, and reminded them of promises made earlier on Kashmir, and also apprised them on inhuman treatment of Kashmiris by India as well as violation of basic human rights in the Occupied Valley.

The Prime Minister’s Special Assistant, Iftikhar Durrani, Senator Faisal Javed Khan, the PTI Central Secretary Information Ahmed Jawad and Hameed Gul were also part of the delegation

The delegation presented a memorandum to the UN Observer Mission Officials, in which a protest was registered for making life of the people in Indian Occupied Kashmir (IOK) difficult.

The PTI Central Secretary General Aamir Mahmood Kiyani said that the memorandum places special emphasis on providing the right of autonomy to the Kashmiris.

Aamir Mahmood Kiyani said that the people are dying of hunger and disease in Kashmir. He said that there is a complete blackout of communications and media in IOK. He added that the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has a history of human rights abuses.

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