Indian troops carrying out massacre in Kashmir for 62 days: FO

ISLAMABAD: Spokesperson for the Foreign Office Nafees Zakaria has said on Thursday that Indian troops are carrying out a massacre in occupied valley of Kashmir for over 62 days and over 700 persons have lost their eye-sight so far owing to usage of pellet guns.


In a press briefing, he said that Shimla agreement, in no way, could overrule resolutions of the United Nations regarding Kashmir dispute.

He said that media blackout continues in Kashmir after over two months and Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif would raise the issue in the United Nations Organisation with full throttle.

While talking about concerning statements of Afghanistan government, Zakaria said that only enemies of peace would be benefited with such irresponsible statements.

While talking about Indian role in terror attacks on Pakistani soil, he said that Kulbhushan Jadhav, an in-service naval officer of India who was associated with RAW and caught in Balochistan, has told in his video confession that he was tasked with targeting China-Pakistan Economic Corridor among spreading unrest in Karachi and parts of Pakistan.

The latest skirmishes between Indian troops and locals began in Kashmir after Burhan Wani, a freedom fighter was martyred by aggressive forces for trying to fight for freedom.

Over 72 locals have lost their lives in last two months and hundreds lost their eyes to pellet guns.


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