The 27th President of Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) Sardar Masood Khan presented the evidence of India’s sponsorship of terrorism before the world.
He wrote on Twitter, “Evidence of Terrorism: India transporting and implanting ISIS operatives in Pakistan. UN Security Council Committee pursuant to Resolutions 1967, 1989 and 2253 should consider measures including assets freeze, travel ban and arms embargo.”
In another Tweet, while telling about Indian Barbarianism, he shared a photo of a child who lost his one leg because of Indian shelling.
He wrote, ” A child starts life without one leg because occupation force across the LOC deliberate chooses to target civilians.”
A child starts life without one leg because occupation force across the LOC deliberate chooses to target civilians. https://t.co/ZD7JCGiSDf
— Masood Khan (@Masood__Khan) November 15, 2020
Yesterday, Shah Mahmood Qureshi slammed Indian troops for targeting Pakistani civilians along the Line of Control (LoC). He also presented a dossier containing details of Indian terrorism carried out in Pakistan.
He has strongly condemned the ceasefire violation as a result of Indian aggression towards Pakistan.
“Today we have irrefutable facts that we will present before the nation and International community through this dossier”, said the foreign minister.
He said that Indian troops are consistently violating the ceasefire agreement and Pakistan will expose the real face of the Indian government before the international community.
The foreign minister said that India is up-scaling terrorism in Pakistan and had also expressed its illegal steps at different forums. The time has arrived to take the nation and international community in confidence as silence is neither in the national interest nor favours stability in the region.
“India was allowing its land to be used against Pakistan for terrorism,” said the foreign minister. He added that New Delhi not only used its own soil but also made use of neighbouring countries to “attack Pakistan”.
“I feel that by remaining more silent it will not be in [favour] of Pakistan and the peace and stability of this region,” said Qureshi.