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Foreign Minister takes a jibe on Modi and Clique

Anwar Abbas Reporter

23rd Dec, 2019. 03:29 pm
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Shah Mahmood

Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi took a jibe at Modi administration over Kashmir unrest and citizenship law.

He said no one in India is ready to accept Modi’s decisions to scrap occupied Kashmir’s special status and approval of citizenship law.

Foreign minister said that protests across the world are underway against Indian government for implementing.

Foreign Minister on LOC violations

Talking about the aggression on Line of Control (LoC), ceasefire violations by Indian forces have increased and fencing has also been cut at very places along the border.

Foreign Minister said that Unusual movement of Indian forces along the border is posing threat to the regional peace.

The foreign minister said India committed ceasefire violations for over 3000 since January this year.

Moreover, more than 300 people have been targeted in these violations.

Read More: Ceasefire violation by Indian Army

Kashmir Unrest

He said India has suppressed the ongoing tyrannies in occupied Kashmir through communication blackout.

He further thanked the countries, including Malaysia and Turkey for raising voices for Kashmiri people.

Shah Mahmood said independent Human Rights Commission of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation also took notice of the use of pellet guns in IoK on Pakistan‘s demand.

He said investigation in this regard also started.

Earlier, FM Qureshi said that India may carry out fake operation to divert the world’s attention from ongoing protests against citizenship law.

However, the minister told United Nations Security Council informed about reservations on Indian moves.

Shah Mahmood said UNSC clarified any violence from arch rival will be responded befittingly.

He further urged international community to take action against Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi‘s nefarious plans.

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