India’s CFVs across LoC injures 6 civilians
By Staff ReporterFriday – May 8, 2020
According to an Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR) statement, due to indiscriminate fire in Kirni Degwar Nar and Mandhar villages, 6 innocent civilians including three girls and one woman sustained serious injuries.
The injured have been evacuated to nearby health facility for necessary medical care.
Separately, according to an official statement, Thursday, it is a matter of grave concern that the situation in Indian occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IOJK) continues to deteriorate due to the brutal military crackdown by Indian occupation forces.
Pakistan strongly condemns the ongoing State-terrorism and extra judicial killings of innocent Kashmiris in so-called “cordon-and-search operations” (CASOs) in IOJK.
Despite the surge in COVID-19 (coronavirus) cases in IOJ&K, Indian occupation forces continue their relentless campaign of oppression and brutalisation of the Kashmiri people.
Innocent Kashmiris are being martyred in fake encounters and phoney CASOs.
In an inhuman practice, even the mortal remains of those martyred are not being handed over to the families.
Thousands of Kashmiri men, women and children are taking to the streets to protest against Indian brutalities and to let the world community know that they reject illegal Indian occupation.
Since yesterday, the Indian occupation forces have again completely shut down internet services in the IOJK after the life of another local Kashmiri resistance fighter was taken in a so-called “encounter.”
There are reports of Indian security forces firing pellet guns and live bullets on peaceful protesters, killing at least one innocent Kashmiri and wounding scores of others. These Indian actions are highly condemnable.
India must realise that it cannot break the will of the Kashmiri people and suppress their indigenous resistance movement through the use of force.
The intensified resistance in IOJK is a direct consequence of Indian campaign of oppression and brutalisation of Kashmiris.
We also categorically reject, once again, the baseless Indian allegations of “infiltration,” which are designed to divert attention from India’s grave human rights violations in IOJK and to create a pretext for a “false flag” operation.
While sensitising the international community about such a possibility, we have consistently urged India to refrain from any ill-considered and irresponsible move which could have serious implications for peace and security in the region.
We once again call upon the international community to take notice of the situation and hold India accountable for its illegal actions, which are imperilling peace and stability in South Asia.
We also urge the world community to work for ensuring the peaceful resolution of the Jammu and Kashmir dispute in accordance with the united nations security council (UNSC) resolutions and the wishes of the Kashmiri people.