ISLAMABAD, Oct 20 (APP): Chairman Pakistan Muslim League (N) and member Senate Standing Committee for Kashmir Affairs Raja Zafarul Haq Thursday said after recent tyranny in Indian Occupied Kashmir, there was a growing feeling in the international community to stop India from committing further atrocities.
Talking to APP, he said even in India, except Indian ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), other political parties were criticizing policy of the government in IHK and had rejected the violence against people.
Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi was under pressure and did not find acceptance of his stance against Pakistan during BRICS meeting, he added.
He said India increased its atrocities in Occupied Kashmir after martyrdom of Burhan Wani.
Chairman PML (N) said Kashmiris were deprived of eyesight with firing of pellet guns, women were being dishonored and human rights violations were on the rise in Occupied Kashmir.
Now the international community was realizing that India
should be stopped from oppressing Kashmiris in Occupied Kashmir, he added.
To a question, he said in the recent meeting of Organization
of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) a strong resolution was adopted against the human rights violations in Indian Occupied Kashmir.
It was proposed in the resolution to send a fact finding
mission for looking into human rights violations by Indian army.
It was also demanded in the resolution that Kashmiris should
be given their right to self-determination according to United Nations General Assembly resolutions, he noted.
Raja Zafarul Haq said the government policy on Kashmir was
being implemented speedily, adding implementation of the policy was being reviewed in internal meetings.
The minister said Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif was continuing to send parliamentary delegations to important countries to draw world attention about the recent situation in Occupied Kashmir and to highlight the issue at international level.
This diplomatic activity was having important effects and the
special envoys had provided documentary evidence of the human rights violations in Indian Occupied Kashmir.
He said India tried to level allegations against Pakistan
right after the Uri attack.
However, their viewpoint was not backed by China, Russia and United States and other leading countries, he added.