WEB DESK : Pakistan on Thursday renewed call for sending fact finding mission to the Indian-occupied Kashmir.
“The Government of Pakistan has been insisting on ‘independent fact finding mission to the IoK’ and similar demands from UN High Commissioner in Geneva, OIC and OIC Contact Group’s Members have not been met,” the Foreign Office spokesman said.
Nafees Zakaria told weekly briefing that the current phase of indigenous self-determination movement in Indian occupied Kashmir has entered into the 5th month and is continuing in the face of worst violations of human rights of defenceless Kashmiris at the hands of Indian occupation forces.
“The world has before it the unending sufferings and misery of those over a thousand Kashmiris, including children, who have been deliberately blinded,” he said.
He reminded of a British daily ‘The Guardian’s touching report of 8 November which said: “There is no recorded instance of a modern democracy systematically and will fully shooting at people to blind them.”
He said the Doctors in Indian occupied Kashmir said that they expressed their dissatisfaction and rejected, as ambiguous, the report compiled by the Ophthalmology Pathologists in India, suspecting that there is something else about the pellet shots that are causing insides of the eye to turn into a charcoal-like substance. -NNI