Indian govt crosses all limits of oppression in IIOJK: Moeed July 29, 2020

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Indian govt crosses all limits of oppression in IIOJK: Moeed July 29, 2020

ISLAMABAD-Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on National Security, Moeed Yusuf says the 5th August will be observed as Youm-e-Istehsal to mark one year of military siege in Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir.

Addressing an interactive session with Attaches and foreign media in Islamabad today (Wednesday), he said after the 5th August illegal action when the whole world was busy fighting against Coronavirus pandemic, India started demographic apartheid of Muslims in Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir.

The Special Assistant said Pakistan always stood by the Kashmiris and will always stand by them till the decisions of 5th August are reversed and Kashmiris achieve their right to self-determination.

He the present Indian government has crossed all limits of oppression, human rights violations and breach of international laws by abrogating the special status of the disputed territory.

Moeed Yusuf said the global media needs to view India afresh by recognizing the fascist ideology being promoted by the ruling BJP against Muslims and especially Kashmiris.

He said if all is well in Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir as India advocates then why it doesn't allow foreign media and the United Nations observers to visit the held territory. 

Moeed Yusuf warned the international community that India can make a false flag operation to justify its expansionist designs by initiating military action against Pakistan.

He said Indian expansionist policies are becoming a threat to India's neighbours and peace of the region.

Speaking on the occasion, Secretary Information and Broadcasting, Akbar Durrani said in the light of UN Security Council resolutions, any action aimed at justifying Indian occupation of Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir is illegal.

He said Kulbhushan Yadav's case is living example of Indian sponsored terrorism and with the latest conflict with China, it has emerged as the epicentre of tensions in the region.