India can't suppress Kashmiris' struggle by force: FO
Nafees Zakaria says Indian forces are meting out barbaric treatment to innocent Kashmiris, who are seeking their just right to self-determination.
Foreign Office Spokesperson Nafees Zakaria has said India cannot suppress freedom struggle in Occupied Kashmir by employing brutal tactics.
Speaking in a TV program, he said over 150 Kashmiris have been martyred, while 20,000 are injured since July last year. He said 7000 people have been injured in pallet gunfire by Indian security forces, some of them losing eyesight or becoming crippled.
Nafees Zakaria said Pakistan has been raising its voice on all national and international forums against this barbaric treatment meted out to people of Kashmir, who are seeking their just right to self-determination.