ISLAMABAD – Pakistan Welcomes Joint Statement On Kashmir By Human Rights Organisations. Pakistan’s Foreign Office, on Tuesday, welcomed a joint statement by six human rights bodies on Indian Occupied Kashmir.
According to details, they called on India to restore internet connection in the valley. As well as releasing prisoners in detention since last August. The statement also calls for respecting all human rights in order to fight the Novel Coronavirus pandemic.
Foreign Office Spokesperson, Aisha Farooqui announced this via a tweet. She said that the joint statement rightly underlines that measures to combat coronavirus must respect human rights of every individual. She further said it is imperative that India release political prisoners, human rights defenders and all those arrested in IoK after August 5 2019.
The Joint Statement rightly underlines that measures to combat #COVID19 must respect human rights of every individual. Urgent release of political prisoners, human rights defenders & all those arrested in IOJ&K after 5 August 2019 is therefore imperative. 2/3
— Spokesperson ?? MoFA (@ForeignOfficePk) April 7, 2020
Pakistan Welcomes Joint Statement On Kashmir By Human Rights Organisations.