India ‘Nervous’ After Pakistan Exposed It Over Kashmir Situation: Pak Foreign Office

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File Photo: Nafees Zakaria

Pakistan Foreign Office spokesman on Friday said that India was “nervous” because of diplomatic offensive by Pakistan to “expose New Delhi over situation in Kashmir.”
During his weekly news briefing in Islamabad today, Nafees Zakaria said ceasefire violations on Line of Control and interference in the internal affairs of neighbours are indicative of Indian nervousness, Radio Pakistan reported.

“India was obstructing dispatch of fact-finding mission by UN Human Rights Council to Occupied Kashmir,” the FO spokesman regretted, the radio report said.
“The claim of surgical strikes is one of the many lies that India has been telling to the world community. Its objective was to divert attention of the world from gross human rights violations in Occupied Kashmir,” Zakaria was quoted as saying by the report.
Zakaria said India media reported many things against facts and credit goes to Pakistani media for exposing it.

He said Pakistan has very effectively taken up the situation in Kashmir at all levels.
“It will continue to highlight Indian atrocities and human rights violations in Kashmir at world fora,” he said.
He also reiterated Pakistan’s political, moral and diplomatic support for the just cause of Kashmiris.
The spokesman said Pakistan High Commissioner to UK handed over dossier on human rights violations in Kashmir to the UK special representative on Afghanistan and Pakistan.
He said for the last more than three months, “Indian brutalities in Kashmir are continuing and causalities keep rising.”
Foreign Office Spokesman said Indian obstinacy is the main hurdle in the way of implementation of UN resolutions on Kashmir.
He said India is constantly violating the UN resolutions on Kashmir and charter of world body.

(Agencies)

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