UN denies Indian allegations on Kashmir report: FO

18 Jul, 2018 12:45 pm

ISLAMABAD (92 News) – Foreign Office spokesman Dr Muhammad Faisal said on Wednesday that the United Nation (UN) denied Indian allegations on Kashmir report.

In his tweet, the FO spokesperson said that Pakistan is deeply disappointed by India dismissing the first ever UN report documenting grave human rights violations in occupied Kashmir.”UN denies Indian allegations on #Kashmir report. Deeply disappointed by India dismissing the report without examining it,” he said.

 

Dr Faisal pointed out that India has failed to address the very serious concerns raised by the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights. “India failed to address the very serious concerns raised by OHCHR #Kashmir about the grave human rights situation in IOK,” he maintained.

 

The FO termed that the Indian lies exposed when the office of High Commissioner for Human Rights has categorically denied any contact between the high commissioner and Zafar Bangash. “Office of High Commissioner for Human Rights has categorically denied any contact between the High Commissioner and Zafar Bangash #Indianliesexposed.”

 

The spokesperson said the Kashmir report of the UN quotes from official Indian sources including Indian Parliament, Supreme Court and Indian media. “#Kashmir report of OHCHR quotes from Official Indian sources including Indian Parliament, Indian Supreme Court and Indian MEA,” he said.


 

Dr Faisal said the Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights is disturbed by the sustained Indian attempts to distract and divert the focus from human rights violations in Occupied Kashmir, saying that Kashmir report is about human rights of millions of people in Kashmir.

“OHCHR disturbed by the sustained Indian attempts to distract and divert the focus from the human rights violations in IOK – says #Kashmir report is about the human rights of millions of people in Kashmir, he elaborated..

 

The FO spokesperson said that Pakistan has welcomed the visit by the commission of inquiry COI, both to AJK and IOK as recommended by the report. Pakistan has welcomed the – visit by the Commission of Inquiry COI, both to AJK and IOK as recommended by the report.




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