Pakistan presents another dossier exposing Indian war crimes in IIOJK

Islamabad, September 12 (KMS): Pakistan has released a comprehensive dossier, exposing the scale of war crimes, human rights violations, fake encounters, false flag operations and use of rape as war tool by the Indian occupation forces in Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir.

Giving detail of the Indian atrocities, compiled in the 131-paged dossier, Foreign Minister, Shah Mahmood Qureshi said, the Hindutva-inspired BJP regime in India has unleashed a series of atrocities against the people in occupied territory.

He said communication blockade in IIOJK continues by design to hamper international media and observers from reporting the heinous crimes being committed by the Indian occupation forces.

He said the dossier contains three chapters and first one carries detail of war crimes and genocidal acts of the Indian troops; the second one exposes false flag operations in IIOJK to suppress the indigenous freedom movement while the last chapter tells that how human rights law are being openly being violated by India.

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Qureshi added that protecting fundamental human rights was not just the state’s responsibility but there were international instruments and mechanisms that ensured rights protection.
He further stressed that IIOJK issue could be taken up at several human rights fora and said that India’s image as democratic country had undergone a sea-change not only at the international level but within its society.

Qureshi said further informed that Pakistani missions and ambassadors across the world would disseminate the evidences and information contained in the dossier throughout the world, so that the real face of India could be exposed.

PM’s Adviser on National Security Dr Moeed Yousuf, to a query, replied that the world had realized what India was committing in IIOJK and nobody now defended what India was doing. “There is a clear shift in the thinking of the international community,” he added.

Dr Moeed said that Pakistan’s stance over the fake news was vindicated with busting of international Indian network by EU DisInfo Lab; and reiterated that Pakistan would continue bringing forth evidences of what India had been doing in IIOJK.

He cautioned that Indian fascists’ policies were posing real threats to the regional and global peace and stability.

He said that unveiling of dossier over Indian atrocities and gross human rights violations with evidences also meant paying tributes to the struggle of late Kashmiri leader Syed Ali Geelani.