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Indian propaganda against CPEC is desperate attempt to mislead world: FO

Aizbah KhanWeb Editor

18th Mar, 2020. 10:19 pm
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Indian propaganda against CPEC is desperate attempt to mislead world: FO
Pakistan foreign office has rejected the Indian Ministry of External Affairs’  remarks on the Joint Statement issued by Pakistan and China after the visit to China by President Dr. Arif Alvi.
Foreign office spokes person Dr. Aisha Farooqui said in a press release that Pakistan has categorically rejected the Indian propaganda against China-Pakistan Economic Corridor, terming it desperate attempts to falsify facts and mislead the world community.
She stated that the remarks made by the Spokesperson of the Indian Ministry of External Affairs, calling Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir an “integral part” of India, are a clear violation of the relevant United Nations Security Council Resolutions.
The spokesperson said Jammu and Kashmir is the oldest unresolved dispute on the agenda of the UN Security Council and the international community has recognised it as such for over seven decades.

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India’s illegal and unilateral actions of 5 August 2019, attempting to change the internationally recognized “disputed” status of IOJ&K and to alter its demographic structure, have been rejected by the Kashmiris, by Pakistan, and by the international community, the press release added.
Dr. Aisha said Indian oppression perpetrated through over 900,000 occupation troops has not succeeded in subjugating the Kashmiri people or in breaking their will.
The continuing lockdown, incarceration of Kashmiri leadership, illegal detentions of thousands of young Kashmiris, communication blockade and media blackout in IOJ&K, despite international community’s serious concerns, are a reflection of Indian obstinacy and disrespect for international law and human rights, the press release concluded.
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