PM Nawaz hands over dossier of Indian atrocities in IHK to Ban-ki Moon
NEW YORK (92 News) – Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif called on United Nation Secretary General Ban-Ki Moon in New York on Thursday.
During the meeting, the prime minister handed over dossier of Indian state atrocities in the Indian-held Kashmir to Ban-ki Moon.
Nawaz Sharif showed the pictures of innocent people of Occupied Kashmir including minor children injured by pellet guns to the UN Secretary General who have been victimized through brutal use of force and atrocities at the state level.
Ban-ki Moon expressed sadness and shock after seeing the pictures of the victims of Indian atrocities being committed by the Indian occupying forces.
The prime minister further informed the UN Secretary General regarding that killing of more than 100 innocent Kashmiris and injuring thousands others in the violence in the last 74 days.
“The use of pellet guns have blinded hundreds including women and children, adding that the use of pellet guns is inhuman and barbaric mindset of the Indian security forces,” he added.
Nawaz Sharif also demanded independent inquiry into the extra-judicial killings, adding that India should be made to the implement the Security Council resolutions.
On the other hand, again inviting India for dialogues Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif said that Pakistan wants the resolution of all outstanding issues including Kashmir dispute through dialogues.
He said that Pakistan is willing to discuss the elimination of nuclear experiments but India should not set pre-conditions for the dialogues.