Rising Indian atrocities in Occupied Jammu and Kashmir are dangerous, Foreign Office spokesman

Foreign Office spokesman Asim Iftikhar said in a weekly briefing that the increase in Indian atrocities in occupied Jammu and Kashmir is dangerous.

Spokesman Asim Iftikhar said in the weekly briefing that Kashmiri students are facing threats and lawsuits after the Pak-India match. Condemns state terrorism against Kashmiris 22 Kashmiri people were martyred in a month in Indian barbarism.

He said that the increase in atrocities against minorities in India was a reflection of Indian fascist policy and lamented the horrific terrorism in Kabul. The presence of 900,000 troops in Indian-occupied Jammu and Kashmir has made it the world’s largest militarized zone. Rejects flights from Indian-occupied Jammu and Kashmir to Sharjah.

He said that the position on Kartarpur corridor is clear, ready to continue, the corridor from Pakistan is active, the other side has closed it.

Asim Iftikhar said that Pakistan has played a positive role in the Climate Change Conference, FATF is being used by some countries for political purposes, Pakistan has repeatedly expressed this, we are committed to fulfilling our responsibilities. Are Pakistan’s performance was acknowledged by FATF member countries.

The Foreign Office spokesman said he wanted peace and stability in Afghanistan and did not encourage any move that would increase tensions in the region. Terrorist groups in Afghanistan need to be dealt with severely. Chairman C-Pak’s statement regarding C-Pak was presented out of context.

Asim Iftikhar further said that Pakistan cricket team showed sportsman spirit in T20 Championship. The attitude towards cricket in India, especially after losing to Pakistan, is reprehensible.

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