India has track record of impeding SAARC process: FO spokesperson
ISLAMABAD (92 News) – Ministry of Foreign Affairs Spokesperson Mohammed Nafees Zakaria has said that Indian intentions of creating hurdles yet again is visible from the actions and statements at the political level during the last two months coordinated media efforts.
India is desperate to divert the international community’s attention from the atrocities and blatant human rights violations being committed by Indian occupation forces in Indian Occupied Kashmir on defenseless Kashmiri Muslims.
During the last 80 days, Indians Occupation Forces have martyred more than 100 innocent Kashmiris, including children, women and young men, caused injuries to the eyes of over 800 though use of pellet guns, blinding many hundreds, either completely or partially, and injured more than 12,000 people.
The Indian atrocities have attracted the world attention, which is manifested in the strong condemnations and calls by the international political and human rights organizations as also members of civil society from across the world for sending fact finding missions to the Indian Occupied Kashmir.
It may be pertinent to mention that the major thrust of SAARC activities is to uplift the socio economic conditions of the people of South Asia, which has the highest concentration the world’s poor. India’s negative attitude has had a direct bearing on the welfare and betterment in the region, which is highly regrettable.