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Foreign Office Spokesperson condemns violence against Muslims in New Delhi

Syed Umarullah HussainiWeb Editor

12th Mar, 2020. 04:19 pm
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Pakistan has called for international actions against Indian government from escalating discriminatory and anti minority policies. Foreign Office Spokesperson said international community should make sure the safety of the minorities in India.

She said the large scale targeted violence against Muslims in New Delhi  a matter of great concern for Pakistan and it is highly condemnable.

Foreign Office Spokesperson also condemned the desecration and vandalization of places of worships in New Delhi.

She said at least fourteen mosques and one Dargah reportedly burnt down by Hindutva vigilantes.

She said these sacred places deliberately rampaged whilst copies of holy Quran desecrated.

Foreign Office Spokesperson on Kashmir Issue

Spokesperson said Jammu and Kashmir is an internationally recognized dispute which reaffirmed repeatedly by the UN.

She  said Pakistan has felicitated Ashraf Ghani over his election as the president of the country.

Aisha Farooqui said Pakistan has maintained that the US-Taliban peace agreement is a historic step towards the ultimate aim of achieving peace and stability in Afghanistan.

Moreover Aisha Farooqui said it is now a significant opportunity to move towards the next step of intra Afghan dialogue.

She said Pakistan has played its role of facilitator for peace and stability in Afghanistan.

To a question, the spokesperson said that Pakistan has raised the issue of the release of Dr Aafia Siddiqui with the US and our talks on the matter are continuing.


Moreover She said necessary steps taken at airports and border areas to contain virus.

Furthermore Aisha Farooqui said we are also constituting a plan to see how diplomats abroad can protected against virus.

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