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Genocide being unleashed in IoK: AJK president

Genocide being unleashed in IoK: AJK president
August 20, 2019
ISLAMABAD (92 News) – Azad Kashmir President Sardar Masood Khan said on Tuesday that India has unleashed genocide in Indian Occupied Kashmir (IoK) on Tuesday. Addressing a press conference in Islamabad, the AJK president expressed concern over the latest situation on Indian held Jammu Kashmir. He said that India has unleashed genocide in IoK. He said the Indian forces have detained six thousand Kashmiri people and they are being subjected to violence. “Women are being harassed and children are being kidnapped in the occupied valley,” he mentioned. “Despite this situation, the Kashmiri people have so far carried out protests at more than three hundred places against the illegal Indian acts,” he said.
UNSC to resolve Kashmir issue
Masood Khan has urged the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) to fulfill its responsibility for resolution of festering Kashmir issue in accordance with its pending resolutions. He said a meeting of the UNSC on Kashmir after a gap of 50 years is an important development; however, it is only a beginning. He said the government of Pakistan is determined to stay in touch with the UNSC as the situation in occupied Kashmir is expected to deteriorate in the days to come. He said it is the responsibility of the UNSC to hold open sessions on Kashmir and take steps to bring to an end the ongoing massacre of Kashmiri people. “Illegal actions of the Indian government should be rejected by the UNSC,” the AJK president said. He also said India cannot annex the disputed territory. He said the dispute can only be resolved by granting right of self-determination to the people of Kashmir.
Shortages of food items, medicines in IoK
“There is a humanitarian crisis in the occupied Kashmir as the people there are faced with the shortages of food items and medicines,” Masood Khan said. He said a humanitarian corridor should be established by the non-governmental organizations of the European countries to provide basic amenities of life to the Kashmiri people.