Pakistan condemns India’s relentless state terrorism in the IIOJK : FO – Pakistan


Pakistan condemned India’s relentless state terrorism and killing of young Kashmiris in the IIOJK.

ISLAMABAD (Dunya News) – Pakistan on Thursday condemned the relentless state terrorism and killing of young Kashmiris by Indian troops in illegally Indian occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK).

Speaking at the weekly press briefing here, the Foreign Ministry Spokesperson said, “Indian occupation forces martyred seven Kashmiri youths in extrajudicial executions and fake encounters in Shopian, Islamabad and Rajouri over the past week.

“We condemn this continued state terrorism which results in the cold-blooded killing of innocent civilians. India must be called to account for its grave violations of international human rights and humanitarian law, its autocratic suspension of civil liberties and the continued oppression of the Kashmiri people.

“We strongly condemn the extrajudicial execution of a Pakistani national, Tabarak Hussain, by Indian occupying forces in Rajouri. To register

Strong protest from Pakistan, the Indian charge d’affaires was summoned to the ministry on September 5,” he said.

The spokesman said the Indian government has been called upon to share details of the incident, including a credible post-mortem report to determine the cause of death and undertake a transparent investigation to bring to justice whoever was responsible for the killing of the Pakistani. prisoner.

When asked, he said, “We have always been ready and willing for a meaningful and result-oriented dialogue that can resolve the issues that have plagued Pakistan-India relations. As you know, the Jammu and Kashmir conflict is at the heart of the dispute between the two countries. We have always been open and have never hesitated to dialogue. It was India that did not want to engage in such a dialogue with Pakistan.

The unlawful and unilateral actions that India took at the IIOJK on August 5, 2019, and all subsequent unlawful actions, have further tainted the environment and severely damaged the trust necessary for such dialogues, he added. .

“We have urged India to take the necessary steps, including reversing all these unlawful actions to create an environment in which meaningful and results-oriented dialogue can take place. The responsibility lies with India in this regard.

On another question, he said that there were close and brotherly relations between Pakistan and Afghanistan – the historical, cultural affinities and the strong spirit of brotherhood were there between our two peoples.

Asked about a proposed deal with the United States for the potential sale of F-16 aircraft spare parts and other equipment to Pakistan, he said: “We believe this is a step in the right direction. leadership, and this will further solidify and strengthen our bilateral relationship.

“There is a lot going on between the United States and Pakistan to move our relationship on a positive path.”

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Thelma J. Longworth