ISLAMABAD: Pakistan has said lock down in Occupied Kashmir is continuing like horrific dream.
This was said by Foreign Office (FO) spokesperson Dr Faisal during his weekly press briefing here Thursday.
He went on to say lock down is continuing in Occupied Kashmir like horrific dream. 10 days have passed after imposition of lock down therein. All the communication sources and telephone service stand shut down in Indian held Kashmir.
He underlined that Indian occupation forces are keeping youths and children under their detention illegally on the pretext of dictatorial laws. Pakistan will continue to highlight the woes of people of Kashmir and prevailing situation in Kashmir at international level.
He stated Foreign minister letter was distributed among members of UN Security Council. An independent commission should be set up in Occupied Kashmir to find facts.
He observed it is matter of pride that award from Bahrain was conferred on Edhi Foundation in recognition of the humanitarian services rendered by it.
The matter of handing over Altaf Hussain is highly serous matter, he added.
He remarked we have seen death certificate of Col Habib which seems to be fake. His family members are worried due to his disappearance. Col (Retd) Habib was abducted from Nepal.
The efforts by India for arranging a visit of foreign diplomats to Occupied Kashmir proved a failure.
He said queen Maxima will undertake visit of Pakistan on November 25-27.
“We congratulate newly elected president of Sri Lanka. It is hoped that during his tenure bilateral relations between Sri Lanka and Pakistan will improve.
About Siachan media reports have been seen. India had occupied Siachan forcibly. Siachan is a disputed area. How can India open it for tourism? We don’t expect any goodness from India.
He underscored Pakistan stance has not been changed on illegal settlement in Occupied Palestine.
He stated that information are there India is creating hurdles on the way of Sikh Yatris to visit Kartarpur corridor. There is no impediment on Pakistani side. There is capacity for 5000 yatris to visit corridor daily. There is such information that number of visiting Sikh yatris is less.