Islamabad, April 12 (KMS): Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi on Saturday evening drew the consideration of the worldwide network to the human rights infringement of Indian soldiers in Indian-involved Kashmir in the midst of the flare-up of the novel coronavirus on the planet.
“As the world is caught up with doing combating the coronavirus, India is submitting shameful acts in involved Kashmir,” Qureshi said in an announcement to the media after Indian soldiers depended on unwarranted animosity along the Line of Control, harming six Pakistani regular people, including two young ladies. “India is focusing on the regular citizen populaces on this side of the LoC.
India needs to transform involved Kashmir into a minority state. India has been reliably focusing on regular folks on the Pakistani side of the fringe,” the remote clergyman said. Qureshi additionally deplored that the disposition of the Indian government to a proposed meeting of South Asian nations on the infection was negative. “India is keen on aggrieving minorities in spite of difficulties like the coronavirus to the economy,” he said.
Qureshi had before on Saturday said that the areas need to step forward to improve coronavirus testing and isolate gauges so as to quicken the repatriation of Pakistani residents adhered abroad because of the infection pandemic. Leading a gathering at the Foreign Office on Saturday morning, the outside priest said that the government was putting forth all potential attempts to bring back home the residents stranded in various pieces of the world because of the spread of the novel coronavirus.
“Our agents in various nations are in consistent touch with travelers and different residents who have been not able to come back to Pakistan due to the infection circumstance,” he said at the gathering, adding that a methodology to take them back to Pakistan was being finished. “We have just brought back 1,600 Pakistanis from abroad in 9 extraordinary flights,” Qureshi noted, adding that conventions to manage the repatriated residents had likewise been concluded. The head of the parliamentary sub-board of trustees on the issues of pioneers, Shaheryar Khan Afridi, was additionally present in the gathering, alongside Special Secretary on Foreign Affairs Muazzam Khan and a few other highranking government authorities.