FO condemns human rights violations in Kashmir


ISLAMABAD: The Foreign office on Thursday in its weekly-press briefing said that human rights violations in occupied Kashmir had reached alarming proportions.

According to a Foreign Office spokesperson the worst human rights violation was poisoning 16-year-old Qaiser and shelling protesters during his funeral.

The Foreign office said that Pakistan supported the struggle of Hurriyat Leaders in the occupied valley.

Pakistan congratulated United States President-elect Donald Trump adding that he had indicated he will arbitrate in the Kashmir issue.

The foreign office urged the international community and world leaders to play their role in the putting an end to human rights violation in Kashmir.


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