Pakistan on Wednesday completely dismissed Indian Ministry of External Affairs’ untrustworthy comments on the joint explanation gave by Pakistan and China after the visit of President Dr Arif Alvi to China.
“The comments made by the representative of the Indian Ministry of External Affairs, calling Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir a “vital part” of India, are an away from of the important United Nations Security Council Resolutions.
“Jammu and Kashmir is the most established uncertain contest on the plan of the UN Security Council and the universal network has remembered it in that capacity for more than seven decades,” Foreign Office Spokesperson Aisha Farooqui said in an announcement gave here.
The representative said India’s illicit and one-sided activities of August 5, 2019, endeavoring to change the globally perceived “questioned” status of IOJ&K and to modify its segment structure, had been dismissed by the Kashmiris, by Pakistan, and by the worldwide network.
Indian mistreatment executed through more than 900,000 occupation troops had not succeeded insubjugating the Kashmiri individuals or in breaking their will, she included.
She said the proceeding with lockdown, imprisonment of Kashmiri authority, illicit confinements of thousands of youthful Kashmiris, correspondence bar and media power outage in IOJ&K, regardless of global network’s not kidding concerns, were an impression of Indian persistence and irreverence for universal law and human rights.
Pakistan and the worldwide network would keep raising their voice for the Kashmiri individuals until the acknowledgment of their basic right to self-assurance according to the United Nations Charter and the applicable UNSC Resolutions. “Neither the Kashmiris nor Pakistan will acknowledge India’s illicit control of IOJ&K,” she included. “Pakistan likewise completely dismisses the Indian publicity against China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), which is another indication of India’s edgy endeavors to misrepresent realities and delude the world network,” the announcement closed.