Conscience of Indian Muslims unmoved by Kashmir ‘atrocities’: Former Pak FM

Conscience of Indian Muslims unmoved by Kashmir ‘atrocities’: Former Pak FM
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Srinagar: Former Pakistan foreign minister and senior Pakistan Muslim League (N) leader Khawaja Asif said on Saturday that the conscience of Muslims in India is “unmoved by the atrocities endured daily by Kashmiris”.

Reacting to Javed Akhtar and Shabana Azmi’s decision to cancel their visit to Pakistan, the veteran politician added that “the most privileged of Indian Muslims” were protecting their status and being apologetic about their identities.

“Thousands blinded, martyred, and orphaned…to them this is not grim, or outrageous,” said Asif.

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“The most privileged of Indian Muslims protecting status & being apologetic about their identities,their conscience unmoved by atrocities endured daily by Kashmiris. Thousands blinded, martyred, and orphaned…to them this is not grim,or outrageous,” he tweeted.

Akhtar on Friday had announced that he along with his with his wife  had cancelled their visit to Karachi after the Pulwama attack.

The couple was all set to visit the country for Kaifi Azmi Literary festival, which was scheduled to take place on February 24 and February 25, in Karachi.

“I am filled with pain and grief and all else ..by the dastardly Pulwama attack . For the first time in all these years, I feel weakened in my belief that people to people contact can force the Establishment to do the right thing. We will need to call halt to cultural exchange.”

I am filled with pain and grief  and all else ..by  the dastardly #Pulwama attack . For the 1st time in all these years I feel weakened in my belief that people to people  contact can force the Establishment to do the right thing.We will need to call halt to cultural exchange