Pakistan strongly hits back against Indian Military General statement
ISLAMABAD -Pakistan strongly hits back against Indian Military General statement advocating rape of Muslim Women in Occupied Kashmir.
Commenting on a former Indian army General S.P. Sinha’s remarks link advocating rape and killings in Kashmir, Pakistan Foreign Office Spokesperson Dr Faisal said that it was “a very serious issue”.
He asked Indian civil society, media and politicians to introspect on India’s treatment of minorities and the people of India-occupied Jammu and Kashmir.
Opening of Kartarpur Corridor was a longstanding demand of Sikhs. The Pakistan government agreed last year to its opening with the hope that it would help lessen tensions between the two neighbours.
Dr Faisal said that the Pakistan government remained committed to implementing the Kartarpur Agreement in letter and spirit.
Responding to another question, the spokesman said that Pakistan never expected “anything good from India”. He said India was sliding fast into religious intolerance and extremism under RSS-led Hindutva ideology of the BJP government.
He said that India could no more hide repression in occupied Kashmir from the international community.