SRINAGAR: Pakistan-administered Kashmir (PaK) president, Masood Khan, on Saturday underlined the importance of “exerting more diplomatic pressure” on India to stop the ‘atrocities’ in Kashmir.
He said in his interaction with a British delegation, led by chairman of struggle for right to self-determination Raja Najabat Hussain, that called on him in Islamabad, a report said.
Talking to the delegation, the Khan said that Kashmir struggle took “a new turn after the martyrdom of Burhan Wani”.
He said educated Kashmiri youth were offering “sacrifices to liberate their motherland from Indian yoke”.
The PaK president said there was a need of exerting diplomatic pressure over India to stop the human rights violations in the Valley.
He also urged the need to intensify efforts to highlight Kashmir issue in European countries, US and Gulf States through