Pakistan has once again unveiled the brutal face of India for genocide in Kashmir and called for immediate removal of military siege.
According to the details, in a wide-ranging interview with the Indian Media, National Security Adviser of Pakistan Moeed W. Yusuf has said that Pakistan stands for peace and we want to move forward.
“India must reverse the military siege in Kashmir and roll back the new domicile law, says Yusuf.
Moeed W. Yusuf is the first government official who appeared on Indian media after a long gap of 14 months.
Taking to Twitter, Moeed W. Yusuf said: “Appeared on @thewire_in with @karanthapar_in to discuss Pakistan-India relations and the future of security in our region. First interview of a Pakistani official since 5th Aug 2019.
First interview of a Pakistani official since 5th Aug, 2019. Discussed all issues in-depth.
Will be aired shortly today.
— Moeed W. Yusuf (@YusufMoeed) October 13, 2020
Yusuf said, “Kashmiris hate Indians”. He said the constitutional changes of August 2019 are “not an internal matter”. He said they were “a matter for the UN”.
Protest against Indian state terrorism
On the other hand in Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, people staged protest demonstrations in Srinagar against the rising Indian state terrorism in the territory.
Massive protests rocked the Rawalpora area of Srinagar after Indian troops deployed on the road thrashed two local youth without any reason.
The locals blocked the road at Main Chowk, Rawalpora, against the incident.
“We are protesting against the unjustified thrashing of our boys. We want action against these Indian soldiers who beat up our children mercilessly,” the protesting locals said.
The injured youth was shifted to the hospital for treatment.