Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi has said that India can launch a false flag operation against Pakistan.
According to the details, the members of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) Contact Group on Occupied Kashmir met in New York to discuss the ongoing situation in Occupied Kashmir.
The meeting was attended by representatives of Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, and Azerbaijan.
The OIC Contact Group meeting was held in New York at the request of Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi. Pakistan’s envoy to the UN Munir Akram conveyed the message of Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi on the occasion.
In his message, the Foreign Minister said that India has intensified its rhetoric against Pakistan with aggression and India can carry out a false flag operation.
He said that Indian measures pose a grave threat to regional peace and security and India should immediately lift the inhumane military siege in occupied Kashmir.
Shah Mehmood Qureshi said that India should lift restrictions on communication and movement in the valley.
Expressing concern over the ongoing situation in Occupied Kashmir, members of the OIC Contact Group said that other international bodies, including the United Nations, should put pressure on India and implement Security Council resolutions.
In a separate statement Pakistani envoy Munir Akram said that the RSS, BJP government has intensified atrocities in occupied Kashmir and efforts have been made to change the status of Urdu language also IIOK.
He said Pakistan is well prepared and the world is listening and watching what is going on in India and the occupied valley.
The ambassador said that no pressure tactic by the Indian side will be helpful as the world knows and understands the truth about Kashmir.
He said India would be under pressure due to inhuman state terrorism in Jammu and Kashmir.
Munir Akram said India used terrorizing tactics to subjugate the Muslim population which may result in dire consequences.
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