Int’l community should urge India to stop Kashmiris’ genocide: Foreign Office

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ISLAMABAD: Foreign office spokesperson Nafees Zakaria said on Saturday that United Nations and other international communities should urge India to stop genocide of Kashmiris.

He said that 150 Kashmiris had embraced martyrdom and eyesight of 11000 had been affected due to firing of Indian troops by pallet guns.

“Indian troops are opening fire at funeral prayers of Kashmiri martyrs,” Zakaria said. He also said that New Delhi did not allow human rights commission to visit Kashmir.

“The entire world knows that India is interfering in Pakistan’s internal matters following which it is facing terrorism,” spokesperson said.

He said that India is involved in promoting and financing terrorist activities in Pakistan and arrested Indian spy Kulbhushan Yadav is the proof of this claim.

Pakistani forces detained Indian secret service agent Kulbhushan Yadav from Balochistan, in March 2016. The spy confessed that he was fueling the separatist movement and was involved in attempts to sabotage China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC).

The First Investigation Report (FIR) has also been lodged against Yadav and case has been prepared, as briefed by Sartaj Aziz earlier this month.

While addressing the issue of Jinnah House, Mumbai, the spokesperson said that India should protect the major historical residence and take care of Pakistan’s sentiments.

Bharatiya Janta Party’s (BJP’s) leader has raised demand to demolish Jinnah’s residence and demanded to build cultural centre in its place.

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