Pakistani doctors announce visit to Line of Control

Kashif SaeedWeb Editor

31st Aug, 2019. 01:06 am
Pakistani doctors to visit LoC

Pakistani doctors have announced to visit Line of Control to provide medical aid to the Kashmiris.

As per the announcement made by the commissioner of UHS and Pakistan Society of Internal Medical Commissioner, Pakistani doctors, under Vice Chancellor’s leadership, have written a letter to United Nations Security Council.

Pakistani doctors wrote in the letter that health conditions of people living in the valley are very poor.

Those who are suffering from severe health conditions are not being sent abroad for treatment.

Pakistani doctors urged UNSC in the letter that they want to provide help to the citizens, where food and drug supplies are suspended for the children.

Professor Jawed Akram urged India to let the Pakistani doctors provide medical aid to the Kashmiris.

Vice Chancellor University of Health Sciences, Professor Jawed Akram further stated that the permission has been taken under UNSC reference number 2417. If UNSC permits, we’ll go to Kashmir via Line of Control, he added.

The crisis of humanity reached an alarming proportion while the lock down has entered 26th day in occupied Kashmir, yesterday.

India has stepped up its state terrorism in the occupied territory increasing its brutalities against the innocent Kashmiris. It has turned the Kashmir valley into a big open-air jail and a hell for its inhabitants.

According to Kashmir media service (KMS), Yesterday Indian troops in their fresh act of state terrorism martyred a Kashmiri youth in Sopore area of Baramulla district.

The youth was killed during siege and search operation in Warpora area of Sopore.

The operation continued till last reports came in.

On the other hand, the US State Department in a statement raised serious concerns over reports of detentions and continued curfew in occupied Kashmir adding that respect for the human rights should be ensured in the territory. As per media reports, the US has also sought details from India regarding the situation in occupied Kashmir.

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