Pakistan seek immediate attention of World over shortage of medicines and food in Occupied Kashmir
ISLAMABAD - Foreign Office Spokesperson Dr. Mohammad Faisal has said that Pakistan and Saudi Arabia are enjoying brotherly relations in religion and culture with a very strong history of relationship in behind.
Talking in Radio Pakistan News and Current Program on Saturday, he said the visit of Prime Minister Imran Khan to Saudi Arabia will further strengthen these relations.
He said the said Pakistan is effectively highlighting the dire lockdown situation and Indian brutalities in Indian Held Kashmir with International Community especially with the Muslim Ummah. He said fascist government in India led by Prime Minister Modi is on back foot on this situation due to effective diplomacy of the issue by Pakistan.
He said due to lockdown and restrictions in Occupied Kashmir , there is a shortage of food, medicines and other basic facilities in the held valley, which needs immediate attention of the world.