ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan on Wednesday underscored that the global network must assume a job in bringing issues to light about India’s violations against humankind in Kashmir and power the nation to consent to the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) goals concerning the involved area.

He was conversing with a cross-party appointment of UK parliamentarians drove by Debbie Abrahams, Chair of All-Parties Parliamentary Kashmir Group (APPKG), which approached him at Prime Minister’s House.

The PM said Pakistan accepted that a fair and enduring arrangement of the Kashmir contest was fundamental for harmony, security, and strength in South Asia. He emphasized Pakistan’s pledge to keep supporting the Kashmiri individuals in their battle for equity and unavoidable right of self-assurance.

Imran Khan lauded the Group’s predictable spotlight on Kashmir and noticed the significant commitment made by its prior reports on the human rights circumstance in the district.

The head administrator notified the assignment of desperate human rights and philanthropic conditions and underlined that 8,000,000 Kashmiris were under a military attack throughout the previous a half year, with every one of their privileges and opportunities removed.

The PM likewise featured the risk to harmony and security presented by the Indian authority’s pugnacious talk and forceful activities on the ground. The head administrator likewise featured that India could depend on a “bogus banner” activity so as to redirect worldwide consideration from its unsuitable activities in the IOJ&K.

Prior in the day, All-Party Parliamentary Group on Kashmir in UK Parliament Chairperson Debbie Abrahams pummeled the Indian government for not permitting the gathering to visit Kashmir.

Tending to media instructions alongside Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi in Islamabad on Wednesday, she said the motivation behind gathering’s arranged visit to Azad Jammu and Kashmir and Indian Occupied Kashmir was to audit human rights circumstance there.

She said Islamabad stretched out hard and fast participation to the UK Parliamentary Group for visiting Azad Kashmir, however New Delhi didn’t permit the gathering to visit held Kashmir. Debbie Abrahams further said the head of UN Human Rights Commission will before long visit Pakistan and India to gather narrative proof about the overall circumstance in Kashmir. She communicated trust that India will help out the Commission simply like the Pakistani government.

Talking on the event, Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi lamented that the circumstance in Kashmir was getting weakened after Indian unlawful and one-sided activities of August 5 a year ago. He asked the UK Parliament Group to brief the United Nations on the human rights circumstance in the held area.

Qureshi valued the United Nations Secretary General’s comments where he called for executing UN Security Council’s goals on Kashmir.

Talking on the event, Group’s Senior Vice-Chair Imran Hussain said the Kashmiri individuals are confronting correspondence power outage and that they were can’t gain admittance to the basic wares, including drugs attributable to nonstop time limitation. He said we are here to investigate the human rights circumstance on the two sides of the Line of Control.

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