Pakistan asks India to stop its ongoing campaign to intimidate people of IIOJK

Pakistan has reiterated its call for India to stop its ongoing campaign to intimidate the Kashmiri people in Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir.

Foreign Office spokesperson Mumtaz Zahra Baloch at her weekly media briefing in Islamabad today, said the people of Jammu and Kashmir should be able to freely exercise their right to self-determination as enshrined in the relevant UN Security Council resolutions.

Highlighting the unabated Indian authorities’ campaign to crush dissent in IIOJK and the confiscation of properties, she told the media that earlier this week, the properties including lands and a shop of two more Kashmiri youth were sealed in Shopian district.

The spokesperson said that the Indian authorities have so far seized hundreds of properties across the occupied territory to punish Kashmiri activists.

When asked about the recent talks with Afghanistan, the Spokesperson said Pakistan has shared the findings into the Bisham attack with Afghan authorities and sought their assistance in ap
prehending the perpetrators.

She said the Afghan side has committed to prevent the use of their soil for any terrorist activity. They have agreed to examine the findings and to work with Pakistan to take the investigation to its logical conclusion.

Source: Radio Pakistan