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Guterres/Qureshi to talk about violations of human rights in Occupied Kashmir

ISLAMABAD: On Saturday, Pakistan’s foreign minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi will discuss India’s human rights violations and safety situation in occupied Kashmir with United Nations Secretary General (UNSG) António Guterres.

Since August 5th the Indian government removed Article 370 that gave the valley unique designation, Occupied Kashmir has been locked and under curfew. Curfew and lock-down resulted to demonstrations in the valley that killed or arrested thousands of Kashmiri, including Hurriyat officials.

Genocide watch was issued by the UN and urged the UN and its members to warn India not to commit genocide in the occupied Kashmir.

The international community has been advised by Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan that Indian leaders are likely to try a fake flag operation in order to distract focus from the mass abuses of human rights and violence in the occupied Kashmir.

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