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Genocide of minorities being committed in India, says FM Qureshi

Genocide of minorities being committed in India, says FM Qureshi
March 3, 2020
ISLAMABAD (92 News) – Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi has said that genocide of minorities is being committed in India, while Muslims are being massacred in New Delhi. Talking to the media along with OIC Secretary General's Special Envoy for Jammu and Kashmir Yousef M Al Dobeay on Tuesday, he said that the situation in the Occupied Kashmir is very critical. “The lockdown is continuing for the last seven months. The OIC has fully supported Pakistan over the Kahmir dispute,” he said. FM Qureshi said that the special envoy was briefed in detail on the human rights situation in Occupied Kashmir. He said that the visiting dignitary was also briefed on situation along the Line of Control (LoC) and the targeting of innocent civilians by Indian forces. “Carnage of minorities, especially the Muslims, continues in India. The Muslims were recently massacred in New Delhi where police and security forces acted as silent spectators.” Shah Mahmood Qureshi said that the Indian steps pose a serious threat to peace and security in the region, an example of which was manifested in February last year when both India and Pakistan came to the brink of war. “Pakistan is a founding member of the OIC and there are many resolutions of the body on the Kashmir issue. The people of Pakistan have large expectations from the OIC to play its role in the resolution of Kashmir issue.” Speaking on the occasion, Special Envoy for Jammu and Kashmir Yousef M Al Dobeay said that the OIC has always strongly supported the resolution of Kashmir issue. “The Kashmir issue is very close to our heart and all members are on same page regarding its resolution. The resolution of both Kashmir and Palestine issues stand at the top of the agenda of the OIC.” He said that the OIC Contact Group on Kashmir was established in 1994 and since then it has actively raised the issue time and again. Al Dobeay said that a formal session of the OIC was convened on Pakistan's request after removal of special status of Occupied Kashmir by India on August 5 last year.
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