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Pakistan writes a letter to United Nations Human Rights Council against Indian atrocities in Kashmir

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Pakistan has submitted a letter to UN Human Rights Council against the atrocities, inhumane lockdown and various restrictions on Muslims in India, especially in Kashmir. A letter was presented to UNHRC by Former Prosecutor General Punjab, Senior Advocate Syed Ihtesham Qadir Shah along with other renowned lawyers and Social Activists. The letter highlights the gross and inhumane actions of Modi’s Government towards Muslims living within India and particularly in Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir, it also contains the reports of International media with other solid evidences to expose Indian brutality on Muslims.
“The letter is supported by many local and international legal firms and organizations working for Human Rights. Other countries are also supporting Pakistani stance over Kashmir and we will continue to raise our voice on this issue until it is resolved.” said by Mr. Zeeshan, A Social and Human Rights Activist.

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Pakistan also condemned India's continued brutality against the people of India-occupied Jammu and Kashmir even as they struggle to survive the COVID-19 pandemic. The Foreign Office, in a statement, said: "As the world is grappling with COVID-19 pandemic, India is busy further brutalizing the Kashmiri people in IOJ&K."
 

Pakistan has submitted a letter to UN Human Rights Council against the atrocities, inhumane lockdown and various restrictions on Muslims in India, especially in Kashmir. A letter was presented to UNHRC by Former Prosecutor General Punjab, Senior Advocate Syed Ihtesham Qadir Shah along with other renowned lawyers and Social Activists. The letter highlights the gross and inhumane actions of Modi’s Government towards Muslims living within India and particularly in Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir, it also contains the reports of International media with other solid evidences to expose Indian brutality on Muslims.
“The letter is supported by many local and international legal firms and organizations working for Human Rights. Other countries are also supporting Pakistani stance over Kashmir and we will continue to raise our voice on this issue until it is resolved.” said by Mr. Zeeshan, A Social and Human Rights Activist.


Pakistan also condemned India's continued brutality against the people of India-occupied Jammu and Kashmir even as they struggle to survive the COVID-19 pandemic. The Foreign Office, in a statement, said: "As the world is grappling with COVID-19 pandemic, India is busy further brutalizing the Kashmiri people in IOJ&K."
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