Pakistan said on Thursday that it condemns “killing of innocent Kashmiris, adding “bloodshed of innocent Kashmiris under state terrorism in Indian occupied Kashmir is continuing”.
“Over 100 have been injured in last few days, which include victims of pellet guns, who lost their eye-sight forever. They have mercilessly and deliberately targeted children, women and old age people, which we deplore,” Pakistan foreign ministry spokesman Nafees Zakaria said in a press briefing.
“International Community should take note and call India to account for the crimes against humanity committed by its forces in IOK on Kashmiris. I acknowledge the Kashmiri Civil Society, Kashmiri media and our own media’s important role in exposing Indian atrocities in IoK,” he said.
Zakaria said that on 27 March 2017, Pakistan Embassy Berlin arranged Minister for Kashmir Affairs and Gilgit Baltistan’s briefing on Kashmir at an event.
A delegation of British Parliamentarians is visiting Pakistan and Pakistan administered Kashmir in connection with Kashmir issue and to gather information on “human rights violations in Kashmir perpetrated by the Indian forces”, the spokesman said.
“Members of civil society and Human Rights activists have been undertaking activities to sensitize people on the grave human rights situation in IOK,” he added.