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Pakistan says it will continue to raise voice against Indian atrocities in occupied Kashmir

Foreign Office spokesman Nafees Zakariya says Pakistan constantly invites the attention of the United Nations, the international community, and the human rights organizations to the plight of Kashmiris in Indian Held Kashmir. Talking to Radio Pakistan's News and Current Affairs channel, he said detention of Hurriyat leaders by the Indian forces on the eve of Eid-ul-Fitr is condemnable. Nafees Zakariya called upon the resolution of longstanding dispute of Jammu and Kashmir. He said Pakistan will continue its political, moral and diplomatic support to the people of Kashmir in their just struggle of right to self-determination in light of the UN resolutions. He said Pakistan is deeply concerned over Indian government's attempts to convert Muslim majority into a minority through demographic changes in the occupied Kashmir. To a question, Nafees Zakariya said the people of Kashmir are a major stakeholder in the Kashmir dispute and their participation in the resolution of this longstanding issue is must.

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More Monsoon rains expected across the country from tomorrow

A met office spokesman said in Islamabad, that a low pressure over central parts of India and a fresh westerly wave are heading towards Pakistan and are likely to bring rain/dust thunderstorm with isolated heavy falls at number of places in Punjab, Islamabad, Lower Sindh and Kashmir.


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