LAHORE: Punjab Chief Minister Usman Buzdar on Saturday urged the worldwide group to take discover of the plight of individuals in occupied Kashmir, ARY Information reported.
In an announcement issued by his officer, CM Buzdar termed the 104-day curfew in occupied Kashmir the largest tragedy of this century. He stated that Indian prime minister Narendra Modi-led authorities was committing worst human rights violations within the held valley.
The chief minister stated, “Malicious Indian face has been uncovered by depriving Kashmiris of meals, medicines and important objects.”
For making certain sustainable peace within the area it was obligatory that Kashmir dispute needs to be solved in line with UN resolutions, he added.
CM Buzdar stated that the liberty motion in occupied couldn’t be suppressed by brutalities.
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Earlier on November 12, expressing deep issues over the Indian atrocities in occupied Kashmir, Nationwide Meeting Speaker Asad Qaiser had stated that inhuman curfew and communication blackout continued within the held valley on the 100th consecutive day.
Speaking to journalists, Asad Qaiser stated that the humanitarian disaster in occupied Kashmir had reached an alarming proportion. Confined to their houses, the residents of the valley have been dealing with acute scarcity of edibles, child meals and life-saving medicine, he had added.