Pakistan strongly raises voice for Two Kashmiri civilians martyred by Indian Army
Islamabad: Pakistan has strongly condemned the brutal use of force by Indian forces in Kashmir, which resulted in the martyrdom of two innocent civilians and injuries to several others at Ganowpora in Shopian district of South Kashmir.
Foreign Office Spokesperson Dr. Muhammad Faisal in a statement, said on Sunday, that countering peaceful, unarmed protesters with deadly weapons and direct bullets is an indication of state-fear based oppression being executed by India against Kashmiris on an everyday schedule.
He said Kashmiri youth are being systematically targeted to suppress their will but these cowardly tactics would not succeed.
The Spokesperson said valiant people of Kashmir have demonstrated, over and over that no measure of imprisonments, torment, and unpredictable killings could prevent them from seeking after their legitimate and inalienable ideal to self-determination.
The Foreign Office spokesperson said, Pakistan expresses its complete solidarity with the people of Kashmir and also called upon the International community to play its rightful role in facilitating a just and lasting solution of the Kashmir dispute.