Yasin Malik said from ongoing genocide of Kashmiris to unleashing of terror on common Kashmiris, all is being done by Indian rulers with the active support of Mehbooba Mufti-led PDP and other pro-India politicians who shamelessly support the killings and atrocities.
“Last week the count was 8; the statistics of Kashmiris’ sufferings on various counts, as a result of Indian barbarities and impunity with which Indian forces are committing the crimes against humanity, challenge the credibility of global community’s commitment to human rights”.
He said the Indian policy to murder innocent Kashmiri is to change the demographic of the state and convert it [Muslim-dominant state] into a predominantly Hindu state.
“It is basically aimed at reducing the 75 percent Muslim majority of the state into a minority and chang (ing) (its) basic character in order to undermine and deeply affect its disputed nature”, the Hurriyat (M) chairman said.
Regarding the Afghanistan issue, he said that the settlement of the crisis lay in conducting talks between all the stakeholders, adding that the U.S. was reviewing its policy on war-torn Afghanistan.
He said Pakistan appreciates the dialogue initiative between Hizb-e-Islami and the Afghan government.
“It is hereby notified for the information of all the heads of institutions/concerned candidates and stake-holders that the examination pertaining to ongoing Higher Secondary Examination Part-I (class 11th) Term-1st and Term-2nd Session July, 2017 scheduled to be held on August 12, 2017 (Saturday) has been postponed and now been -rescheduled on August 16 (Wednesday) at the same time and venue”, a BOSE spokesperson said in a statement here.
Zakaria reiterated that Pakistan has been hosting Afghan refugees for the last four decades and stressed that the country did not force any Afghan refugee to leave the country.
“We want Afghan refugees to go their home country voluntarily with honour”, he added.
He said that Pakistan has been taking action against all militant groups without any distinction.
These measures, taken by India, in Indian occupied Jammu & Kashmir were a violation of UNSC Resolution, UN Charter and all the UN instruments on human rights and fundamental rights, he added.