Message by the Foreign Minister of Pakistan on the ‘Kashmir Solidarity Day’ 06 April, 2018

For the last 70 years the valiant people of Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir are waging a heroic struggle against Indian oppression, for the realization of the inalienable right to self-determination which has been envisaged in the United Nations Security Council resolutions. These resolutions remain unimplemented because India has backed out of its commitments and…

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Jammu and Kashmir dispute draws attention of the United Nations Human Rights Council, Permanent Mission of Pakistan to the United Nations Geneva

The dispute of Jammu and Kashmir, with focus on India’s human rights violation, has featured prominently during the ongoing session of United Nations Human Rights Council (HRC) in Geneva, Switzerland.   In his annual report to the HRC, the UN High Commissioner on Human Rights Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein regretted India’s denial of unconditional access…

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Pakistan Forcefully Raises Human Rights Violations in Kashmir during the Review of India’s Abysmal Human Rights Record

During the Review of India’s human rights record under the Universal Periodic Review Mechanism of the United Nations, the Pakistani delegate highlighted that India was in persistent violation and non-compliance of the UN resolutions, and it had sought to suppress the voice of the Kashmiri people through occupation, terror and oppression, involving use of force…

Indian attempt to portray indigenous uprising in Kashmir as terrorism has been rejected by the International Community (Islamabad 02 May, 2017)

“India’s contention that Kashmir issue is, primarily, an issue of cross-border terrorism, is a claim that no one in the world is prepared to accept today”, the Foreign Affairs Adviser Mr. Sartaj Aziz said. The Indian government has broken its own record of brutality in the Indian Occupied Kashmir (IoK), not only in target killing…

Details of Human Rights violations in Indian Occupied Kashmir following the martyrdom of Burhan (till September 2016)

Approximate number of injured reaches 15000 and those with pellet injuries in the eyes reaches 850 Stats by J&K Directorate of Health Services Kashmir (DHSK) as of September 7: 750 pellet injuries in eyes 343 bullet injuries 4500 pellet injuries other than eyes, shell, stone and assault injuries 3910 civilians treated in Srinagar hospitals alone…