ISLAMABAD, Sep 06 (APP):Chairman Senate Muhammad Sadiq Sanjrani Friday said that recent volatile situation in Indian Occupied Kashmir (IHK) required a joint and sagacious response from Muslim Ummah as Indian government under the leadership of Narendra Modi was involved in crimes against humanity in the occupied valley.
While exchanging views with Khalid Saleh Al-Modaifer, Saudi Deputy Minister of Energy, Industry and Mineral Resources who is leading an 18-member delegation of Saudi Arabia to Pakistan, Chairman Senate said that Modi’s recent actions were totally unconstitutional, illegal and contrary to the international laws as he unilaterally altered the status of Jammu and Kashmir.
He said that the acts would prove detrimental to regional peace and stability. “ Fear and uncertainty prevails in the occupied valley as the whole area is under curfew since 5th of August creating severe shortage of food, medicines and other necessities of life,” Sanjrani mentioned.
He said that women, children and elderly people were the worst victims of continuous barbaric policies of India in IHK, however, Kashmiris showed their strength by standing against the Indian brutalities.
He said that global community has to set aside the traditional approach and has to act proactively instead of becoming a silent spectator. He called for resolving the conflict in a peaceful manner in accordance with the aspirations of Kashmiri people and ensuring implementation of relevant UN resolutions.
He also urged the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) member countries to play their role for resolution of Kashmir issue.
During the meeting, Saudi Arabian delegation expressed its keen interest for exploring more avenues for investment as there was huge potential for trade and economic activities in Pakistan.