Diplomats, defense attaches apprised of ground situation in AJK, meet victims of Indian aggression

They were also shown cluster ammunition used by the Indians on civilian population

A delegation of diplomats, defense attaches and ambassadors visited the Pakistani side of Line of Control (LoC) in Kashmir along with Director-General of the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) Major-General Babar Iftikhar. They were enlightened about the state of affairs in the region.

Iftikhar also enlightened the delegates about the Indian human rights violation and use of heavy weaponry to target the civilian population on Pakistani’s side.

“India is violating human rights in occupied Kashmir,” he said. “It is committing provocations and deliberately targeting civilian population with heavy weapons to divert attention from its oppression of minorities,” he said.

He also discussed the Indian forces July 30 and 31 use of cluster ammunition against the civilian population of Neelam Valley. Under international laws, use of such weapons against civilians is illegal. Fragments of the ammunition used were also shown to the diplomats. “The use of cluster ammunition is prohibited under international law,” he said.

The delegation that visited the LoC included representatives from Azerbaijan, Bosnia and Herzegovina, EU, Portugal, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Turkey, Palestine, Greece, Australia, Islamic Republic of Iran, Kyrgyz Republic, Republic of Iraq, UK, Italy, Poland, Uzbekistan, Germany, Switzerland, France, Egypt, Libya, Yemen, Afghanistan and UN-World Food Program.

They also met the victims of Indian aggression and those targeted by unprovoked firing from New Delhi’s forces during their visit.

India continues its tyranny

Meanwhile, India has paid little heed to international calls for giving the Kashmiri people their due rights. Indian forces have not only maintained a stranglehold over Occupied Kashmir’s population through military power but also have committed crimes on the LoC by purposefully targeting civilians includes young children. India also does not allow the UN mandated annual visits in the area. Foreign journalist are not allowed in the occupied region. Some have even been arrested for showing India’s true face. A delegation like this is unheard of, on the Indian side as they don’t want to expose their crimes against humanity.  

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