Islamabad: Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan on Tuesday spoke to the universal network to squeeze India to lift the limitations in Jammu and Kashmir, which has entered the fourth month.
The confinements were forced on August 5 when the focal government had declared the revocation of the extraordinary status given to Jammu and Kashmir under the Article 370 and its bifurcation into two Union Territories.
In a tweet on the Human Rights Day, Khan said he denounces the “barbarities” perpetrated on the individuals in Kashmir.
He said Pakistan stands unfalteringly with the Kashmiri individuals battling for their entitlement to self assurance.
“We should speak to the world’s still, small voice, to upholders of universal law and to the UNSC to act” against India’s unlawful activities in Kashmir, he said.
Human Rights Minister Shireen Mazari likewise tweeted that while the world imprints Human Rights Day, “it can’t disregard the huge human rights violations…and proceed with the limitation for more than 4 months.
India has protected inconvenience of confinements in Kashmir in light of the fact that they were put to keep Pakistan from making more wickedness through intermediaries and fear mongers following the revocation of Article 370 on August 5.