People of PaK ‘traumatised’ at Kashmir situation, says PaK prez Khan

People of PaK ‘traumatised’ at Kashmir situation, says PaK prez Khan

Muzaffarabad: The people of Pakistan administered Kashmir (PaK) were ‘traumatised’ because of the “constant killing of their brothers and sisters in Indian Occupied Kashmir (IOK) and over the continuous hostile fire across the Line of Control (LoC) killing innocent civilians, said Sardar Masood Khan, the PaK president.

Khan made these remarks at Muzaffarabad while speaking to 23 foreign diplomats from Asia, Europe and Africa undergoing the 25th Junior Diplomatic Course at the Foreign Service Academy, reported The Express Tribune on Sunday.

Responding to the questions of diplomats, the president said that for the past 70 years India had not implemented the United Nations Security Council resolutions “in order to perpetuate their illegitimate rule in the occupied territory”.

“The people of IoK unanimously rejected India’s writ and were demanding freedom from the oppressive rule,” president Khan said, “since 1972, India has been creating obstacles in the implementation of the mandate of United Nations Military Observer Group in India and Pakistan (UNMOGIP).”

The President said, “the PaK government is directing all its energy towards good governance, transparency and accountability.”