Officers responsible for Ehsanullah Ehsan's escape already taken to task: DG ISPR
DG ISPR, Major General Babar Iftikhar... File photo

Monitoring Desk:

The Director-General Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), Major General Babar Iftikhar has said Indian state terrorism and violations of human rights reached its peak in occupied Kashmir. The chief of the military’s media wing spoke at length about the Indian atrocities in the occupied valley and a number of issues.

“In occupied Kashmir, the inhumane siege has continued for one year. Genocide is being done and human rights are being violated through India’s state terrorism in the occupied [region].

“Under a pre-planned, thought-out plan, India by changing the demography of the region is trying to evict the Muslims living there,” Maj Gen Iftikhar said. “There is no atrocity left which the Kashmiris have not witnessed. Youths are being martyred and being buried in unnamed places in the name of counter-terrorism.”

“The Government of Pakistan at all regional and international forums has raised awareness on the Kashmir issue and voices against the oppression are reverberating through the world’s corridors.”

Genocide Watch and international media have unmasked India’s actions in the occupied valley while the United Nations secretary-general has stressed human rights in Kashmir, the DG ISPR said.

“During the past year, the issue has been raised in the UN three times and this shows that the issue is of cardinal importance in the eyes of the world. And their (Kashmiris’) fight for independence will InshAllah be successful.”


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