PM Imran apprises German Chancellor about human rights situation in IoK

India’s nuclear doctrine is built around ‘credible minimum deterrence

India’s nuclear doctrine is built around ‘credible minimum deterrence

"I want to warn the global community that the Indian leadership will in all probability attempt a false flag operation to divert attention from its massive human rights violations & the unleashing of a reign of terror in IOJK", Imran Khan tweeted.

On August 5, 2019, India revoked Article 370 of the Indian constitution, which granted autonomous powers to the state of Kashmir, and enforced an unprecedented communications blackout in the area ahead of the announcement to avoid large-scale protests.

However, sporadic demonstrations rocked some parts of Srinagar, with clashes between stone-throwing protesters and Indian security forces leaving more than 100 injured.

Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi on Friday said India was going to start False Flag Operation (FFO) in Occupied Kashmir therefore; all human rights organizations including United Nations should take notice of Indian aggression. Although bilateral trade between them has increased over the past few years, trade issues have become a significant challenge in the relationship between India and the U.S. I mean, I have done all the talking. At least 4,000 people have been detained in Indian-held Kashmir since then.

Macron said that he would speak to Pakistan's prime minister "in the coming days" and remind him of "France's willingness to see this issue dealt with bilaterally". The Indian ambassador to the US Harsh Vardhan Shringla, however, rejected the criticism. India's media has unleashed propaganda campaign that over 100 terrorists have entered into Occupied Kashmir from Pakistan and Afghanistan and a massive terrorism is feared.

India has stressed that Pakistan needs to take "credible" action against terror groups as a first condition to resume dialogue.

The Pakistani Prime Minister also said in his messages on Twitter that he wants to bring the world's attention to the problems of millions of Kashmiris who are facing violence and abuse and who are deprived of their basic rights and freedoms. "Public utility services, banks and hospitals are functioning normally", he said. "India can do a false flag operation in occupied Kashmir", he added, repeating what his PM alleged.

They also expressed serious concern about "the use of excessive force against protesters", saying: India has the responsibility to use the minimum force necessary when policing protests.

In their litany of accusations, Imran Khan and his cabinet ministers have likened the New Delhi government to Nazi Germany and claimed that a genocide is unfolding in the territory.

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