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Pakistan’s calls for international intervention over Kashmir finally heard


Kashif SaeedWeb Editor

31st Aug, 2019. 06:20 pm
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International intervention on Kashmir

Pakistan’s calls for international intervention over Kashmir have been finally heard.

Kashmir issue has been raised on two giant platforms, subcommittees of Foreign Ministries of European Parliament and American Congress.

According to details, debates will be held over current situation of Kashmir in the European parliament. For which, a meeting will be held on September 2.

A report has been asked on the Kashmir issue in the American congress.

Kashmir issue will be added in the agenda of first annual meeting of American congress.

Democrat chairman of American parliamentarian’s foreign subcommittees has called for the conference. So, the ongoing situations in Kashmir could be discussed.

The crisis of humanity is reaching an alarming proportion while the lock down has entered 27th day in occupied Kashmir, today.

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.

A group of five UN experts on human rights in a statement calling for an end to crackdown in occupied Kashmir demanded of the Indian government to lift curbs on the freedom of expression in the territory.