Deteriorating humanitarian situation in Occupied Kashmir matter of grave concern: FO
Foreign Office spokesperson says more than one hundred and fifty innocent Kashmiris have been martyred in cold blood.
Pakistan has invited immediate attention of the world to help stop genocide by India in Occupied Kashmir and release of Hurriyat leaders.
This was stated by Foreign Office spokesperson in a statement issued in Islamabad on Saturday.
The spokesperson said the constantly deteriorating humanitarian situation in Occupied Kashmir is a matter of grave concern to the people and the government of Pakistan.
It has been hundredth day since the extra-judicial killing of Kashmiri youth leader, Burhan Muzaffar Wani, that Indian occupation forces have been indulging in crimes against humanity in the held valley.
The spokesperson said that more than one hundred and fifty innocent Kashmiris have been martyred in cold blood, over fifteen thousand are injured and around one thousand suffer from eye injuries due to merciless use of pellet guns, which rendered several hundreds completely blind and scores partially, including children and women.
He said that thousands of forced disappearances of Kashmiri youth at the hands of Indian forces with their fate unknown for months is also a matter of deep concern.
The spokesperson said that the People and the Government of Pakistan remain extremely worried over continued illegal detention of APHC Chairman, Syed Ali Geelani, Yasin Malik and Asia Andrabi.
He urged UN Secretary General, UN Human Rights Comissioner, OIC Secretary General and P-5 states to stop India from committing genocide of Kashmir's and send fact finding mission to occupied Kashmir.