Pakistan again asks India to hold plebiscite in Kashmir

Islamabad: Pakistan on Thursday asked India to hold an impartial plebiscite in Kashmir under UN supervision.

Foreign Office (FO) spokesman Nafees Zakaria also expressed concern over the arrests of Hurriyat leaders and demanded their early release.

He expressed serious concern over the “human rights violations” in Kashmir.

The spokesman condemned Indian atrocities on Kashmiris and urged New Delhi to “hold an impartial plebiscite” in Kashmir under UN supervision, Radio Pakistan reported.

He said Pakistan is raising the Kashmir issue at every international fora.

One Response to "Pakistan again asks India to hold plebiscite in Kashmir"

  1. Hussain Saqib   July 29, 2016 at 5:29 pm

    Probably for the first time, the valley, and the world saw massive and unprecedented rallies of furious youth holding Pakistani flags. The message was clear; India has lost any iota of moral right to be occupying Kashmir and that the youngest generation of the occupied valley wants no more nonsense from any quarter. Kashmiris want freedom from India through the exercise of right of self-determination promised by the United Nations. Read more at: https://passivevoices.wordpress.com/2016/07/29/how-jud-can-sabotage-kashmirs-indigenous-struggle-for-freedom/

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