Pakistan rejects India’s efforts to portray ‘normalcy’ in occupied Kashmir – World

Pakistan "categorically rejected" on Sunday the attempts by the Indian government to "portray normality in Jammu and Kashmir occupied by India."

A press release issued today by the Foreign Ministry said that, despite claims by the Indian government, occupied Kashmir was still closed, while Kashmir leaders were still under house arrest.

"Jammu and Kashmir, occupied by the Indians, continue to be the largest prison in the world with the largest deployment of the Indian occupation forces since the coercive, unilateral and illegal Indian actions of August 5, 2019 aimed at altering the internationally recognized status of IOJ & K and change "its demographic structure to avoid the results of a UN plebiscite," said the press release.

The Foreign Ministry also called the Indian reports that portrayed two farmers, who had crossed the border without realizing it in August, as terrorists as an "absurd attempt."

"This was despite the fact that the incident was discussed during the weekly contact of the military hotline between both parties on August 27, 2019, when the Indian authorities recognized that they were involuntary crossings and informed Pakistan that they are taking perform routine formalities, after which they will be returned. " "

On August 21, two farmers in Azad Jammu and Kashmir, identified as Muhammad Nazeem, 21, and Khalil Ahmed, 30, involuntarily crossed the Control Line near Hajipir while they were mowing.

Last month, Indian Foreign Ministry spokesman Raveesh Kumar said that Pakistan was trying to create "an alarmist situation" after Indian media, citing unidentified Indian intelligence sources, said trained commands Pakistan has allegedly entered Indian waters to attack port facilities in the western state of Gujarat. Pakistan's army spokesman, Major General Asif Ghafoor, had dismissed the claims.

Yesterday, the military media wing also issued a press release on the matter and said that Indian media reports were "yet another attempt to fabricate facts."

The press release from the Foreign Ministry issued today highlighted that Islamabad had "sensitized the international community" about India's efforts to raise a false flag operation to divert attention from the situation in occupied Kashmir and blame Pakistan by "[India’s] indefensible actions. "

The statement also denounced "a false and invented story," where Indian authorities "blamed the death of some cashmere in [the occupied territory] about & # 39; Pakistani militants & # 39; "The statement referred to an information session of officers of the Indian army that was held on September 4.

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A Chinese delegation headed by Foreign Minister Wang Yi, who arrived in Pakistan on a two-day visit, said Beijing "opposes any unilateral action that [would] complicate the situation "in busy Jammu and Kashmir, a press release said on Sunday.

A joint press release issued by the foreign ministries of Pakistan and China said the former informed the Chinese delegation about the situation in Kashmir occupied by India, which has been under strict closure for the past month, " including [Islamabad’s] urgent concerns, position and humanitarian issues. "

The Chinese side assured Pakistan that it was paying "a lot of attention" to the situation in the occupied territory, according to the press release. The Chinese delegation also said that "the Kashmir problem is a dispute that remains in history" and must be resolved in accordance with the resolutions of the United Nations.



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