FM reiterates Pakistan’s support for Kashmir cause


ISLAMABAD:    Pakistan has reiterated its full support to people of Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir struggling for their right to self-determination for several decades.
According to media reports while speaking in the Senate, Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi said the whole nation is united on the Kashmir issue and Pakistan will continue to highlight unabated human rights violations in Occupied Kashmir at every world forum.
He said Kashmiris are facing siege for the last nine months and they are being denied of their basic rights.
The Minister said Indian forces have started massacre of innocent Kashmiri people in guise of coronavirus and their bodies are also not being handed over to their heirs.
Shah Mahmood Qureshi criticized the mentality of Modi-led government for pursuing the Hindutva ideology and for blaming the Muslims for the spread of coronavirus.
The minister said Indian government wants to impose Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh agenda in Kashmir.
He urged the international community to force India to lift the worst form of curfew in Occupied Kashmir and allow the delivery of medicines and food to the Kashmiris.