Pakistan urges the UNSC and the international community to support its words for justice in the IYOJK

The United Nations Security Council (UNSC) and the international community should back their words with concrete actions in the name of justice and human dignity in the illegally occupied Indian Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK).

This was stated by the Chargé d’Affaires of the Pakistani Embassy in Tokyo, Ms. Ismat Hassan Sial, during an interactive session with Japan’s prominent print and broadcast media organized to commemorate August 5. Youm-e-Istehsal at the embassy premises on Thursday.

Senior officials from Nikkei Asia, Japan Broadcasting Corporation NHK and other organizations attended the event, according to a press release issued by the Pakistani Embassy in Tokyo.

In her remarks, Ms. Sial highlighted the internationally recognized legal and political dimensions of the Kashmir conflict with particular reference to the illegal occupation by Indian security forces in 1947.

She added that over the past 73 years, India has unleashed a reign of terror and brutality against the innocent people of Kashmir, who however have shown unparalleled resilience and a continuous struggle for their justness. cause.

She also briefed the media on India’s unlawful acts of August 5, 2019 and unprecedented human rights abuses, repression, media blockade, extrajudicial executions in fake encounters, digital lockdown and of demographic apartheid in the IIOJK.

To commemorate August 5 Youm-e-Istehsal, Acting Chargé d’Affaires Ismat Hassan Sial held an interactive session with Japanese print and electronic media personalities at the Embassy. Senior representatives from Nikkei Asia, Japan Broadcasting Corporation NHK and other organizations attended the event.

In her remarks, Ms. Sial highlighted the internationally recognized legal and political dimensions of the Kashmir conflict with particular reference to the illegal occupation by Indian security forces in 1947. She added that over the past 73 years, the India has unleashed a reign of terror and brutality against innocent people in Kashmir, who have, however, shown unparalleled resilience and continued struggle for their just cause.

She also briefed the media on India’s unlawful acts of August 5, 2019 and unprecedented human rights abuses, repression, media blockade, extrajudicial executions in fake encounters, digital lockdown and of demographic apartheid in illegally Indian occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK). —INP

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