AJK PM urges media to expose Indian brutalities in IoK

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ISLAMABAD: (Parliament Times) Prime Minister of Azad Jammu and Kashmir Raja Farooq Haider Khan has urged journalists to expose India’s most bestial and brutal acts to international community.
Talking to overseas Pakistani journalists’ delegation that called on him in Kashmir House Islamabad on Friday he said India landed its forces in Srinagar in 1947, trampling all norms, principles and international laws. She has been continuously negating the resolutions of UNSC on Kashmir for the last seven decades, he added.
“India is such a ruthless country whose brutalities and savagery against Kashmiris is rarely found in the human histories. Journalists should fulfill their responsibilities to depict the tyrannies and repressions of countries like India” he remarked.
Mr. Haider told the delegation that Kashmiris are struggling for their liberation from India who forcibly occupied their State in 1947. He said Indian forces are targeting the highly educated Kashmiri youth to curb the freedom struggle. The occupation forces have recently ruthlessly martyred two PhD scholars in the held valley. These atrocities and human rights violations should be highlighted over the globe by the journalist community, he stressed.
Strongly condemning the Indian cruelties in the valley, Mr. Haider paid rich tributes to the valiant people of Kashmir who have been braving Indian state terrorism since long. Kashmiris prefer death than to bowing down before Indians. India has deprived students of net facilities, and put curbs on mobile phones in the recent string of killings in the valley, he noted.
The Prime Minister expressed his surprise over the callousness of international community towards bloodbath being shed by Indian forces in the held Kashmir. How much more sacrifices needed to draw the world attention to their plights and tribulations, he questioned.
He said Kashmiris right of self-determination is their fundamental right which cannot be usurped by India or even United Nations.
Terming an important development of UN human rights commission report the Premier said civilized nations should exert pressure on India to abstain from committing further atrocities and human rights abuses against people of Jammu and Kashmir. “This report emphasizes repealing of black laws and giving access to international commission of inquiry to IHK” he told the journalists.

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