Pakistan urges UN to play role to stop gross HR violations in Occupied Kashmir
Foreign Office says India is trying to hide the facts regarding human rights violation in Occupied Kashmir.
Talking to Radio Pakistan on Wednesday, Foreign Office Spokesperson Nafees Zakaria said India n refusal to permit United Nations High Commission on Human Rights to send its fact-finding mission to India n Occupied Kashmir proves that India is trying to hide facts regarding human rights violations in the valley.
The spokesperson said that closing of Amnesty International offices, refusal of the fact-finding mission of UN HCHR and no reply to the proposal of Organisation of Islamic Cooperation's fact-finding mission, simply proves that India is trying to blackout the facts in the occupied valley.
Meanwhile, India n government has deployed an entire brigade nearly four thousand additional troops to stop the people's movement for freedom and protests in Occupied Kashmir.
According to the reports, India n army has quietly moved as part of operation 'Calm Down' to clear the protesters.
On the other side, the joint Hurriyet leadership has extended the common protest programme till Friday.
Call for the protest programme has been jointly given by the Chairman of All Parties Hurriyet Conference, Syed Ali Gilani, and Hurriyet leaders Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and Muhammad Yasin Malik.
So far, 98 Kashmiris have been martyred and thousands injured by the India n forces in ongoing Kashmir Intifada movement.
On the other hand, complete shutdown is being observed on the sixty-eight consecutive days on Wednesday against the brutal killings of Kashmiri people by India n troops.
Protest strike is being observed in Srinagar, Bandipora, Sopore, Baramulla, Kupwara, Shopian, Pulwama, Islamabad, Badgam and Ganderbal districts.
Thousands of people marched towards Wadwan in Budgam, the home of martyred Javaid Ahmad Dar who was killed by India n troops firing on 11th September.