Pakistani President Arif Alvi exposed Indian brutalities in Occupied Kashmir during NAM Summit
ISLAMABAD - President Arif Alvi on Monday informed the world community about Indian atrocities being faced by people in occupied Jammu and Kashmir despite coronavirus pandemic.
Addressing Non-Aligned Movement virtual summit, the president said that situation in the occupied territory has aggravated in the wake of pandemic.
He revealed that Kashmiris were being denied access to medical supplies and high speed internet.
Talking about changes in domicile law, Alvi said: “Indian move to alter the demographic structure of occupied Jammu & Kashmir in complete violation of international law and relevant UNSC resolutions”.
The Non-Aligned Movement represents the biggest grouping of countries outside the United Nations, comprising 120 developing countries from Asia, Africa and Latin America.
The Special Online Summit of the Heads of State and Government of NAM Member States was convened at the initiative of the President Ilham Aliyev of Azerbaijan, in his capacity as current Chair of the Movement.
During his address, the president highlighted measures being taken by the Pakistani government to control the spread of the virus in the country. He also informed the participants about relief package announced by Prime Minister Imran Khan for families facing financial hardships due to COVID-19 pandemic.
President Dr. Arif Alvi also seeks support for developing countries in dealing with the pandemic’s impact and highlighted PM’s “Global Initiative on Debt Relief” for developing countries.