Chohan urges HR organizations to take notice of Indian atrocities in IOK

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APP73-27 RAWALPINDI: October 27 – Provincial Minister for Information and Culture Fayaz ul Hassan Chohan visiting the photo exhibition regarding Indian brutality and human rights violation in Indian Occupied Kashmir on the eve of Black Day of Kashmir at Rawalpindi Arts Council. APP

RAWALPINDI, Oct 27 (APP):Provincial Minister for Information, Faiz Ul Hassan Chohan has appealed the international community and human rights organizations to take steps to prevent India from committing gross human rights abuses in IOK.
He made these remarks while addressing a photographic exhibition held at RAC here on
Saturday.
The minister said there was a fresh wave of HR abuses, state terrorism and killing spree of people in Jammu and Kashmir. He demanded the UN to arrange a human rights commission to monitor the situation of human rights in the valley.
He said Indian forces after their failure to curb the freedom struggle were giving vent to their frustration by shelling from across the border on civilian population of AJK.
The minister reiterated full support of the government and people of Pakistan to the just and legitimate right of the Kashmiri people for the peaceful resolution of the issue in line with their aspirations.
Chohan said human rights reports of international organizations have called for ending human rights abuses in the held valley and Security Council’s role for a peaceful settlement of longstanding Kashmir issue, but India gives a damn to these reports.
He cautioned that if Jammu and Kashmir was left unresolved it could trigger a worst situation in the region.