MUZAFFARABAD, Oct 10 (APP): The President of Azad Jammu and Kashmir Sardar Muhammad Masood Khan has said that Pakistan’s point of view on Kashmir was recognized by international community during recent diplomacy at United Nations General Assembly.
He said while talking to senior journalists here at his office on Monday.
“For the first time, our voice was heard though not fully but
to some extend and we need more constant and concrete efforts to mobilize world community to raise voice against current brutalities of Indian forces in Occupied Kashmir,”he added.
He said a little progress was made as UN commissioner of Human rights Council pledges to send a fact finding commission in Indian occupied Kashmir (IOK).
He said the people of Jammu and Kashmir were being subjected to worse brutalities as nearly 95 people have been killed, more than 15,000 are injured, some of them very serious and may die while dozens have lost eye sight since the martyrdom of young Burhan Wani but India was trying to decisive the world community through false narrative and claims.
He said the Jammu and Kashmir was never been the part of India in historical perspective rather it was a disputed territory and a solution of the issue is still to be evolved in accordance with UN charter and its narrative was legally wrong nor it was a law and order issue as she had now lost even her occupational authority against the resistance of the people.
He said the India was terming the civil resistance as terrorism which was totally wrong and was not very much convincing for international community. “The resistance is purely indigenous and the people are defending themselves against brutal acts of forces,” the President added.
He further said the Pakistan was morally, politically and diplomatically supporting the Kashmiris’ struggle.
He said the Indian forces were using lethal weapons against innocent people, a 12 year old Junaid Ahmad was killed by a fire of the pellet gun when he was standing with his mother, but the people were being raising the slogans of freedom standing right before them.