Prime Minister Imran Khan on Monday, in response to the statement of the head of human rights of the United Nations, told the global community that "it is time to act [against Indian oppression in occupied Kashmir] is now".
The Prime Minister went to Twitter and thanked the growing concern expressed by the world community about the situation in Kashmir occupied by India and urged the world powers to act in this regard.
"I welcome the growing concern and demands of the international community, world leaders, the UNSG (United Nations Secretary General) and OHCHR (United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights), for India to raise its 6-week site. ”Jammu and Kashmir occupied.
"The international community must not remain indifferent to the massive human rights abuses by the Indian occupation forces under a brutal siege."
The prime minister highlighted the OHCHR statement on the impact of the recent actions of the Indian government in occupied Kashmir.
"I especially appreciate the OHCHR statement in Geneva today. I ask the UN Human Rights Council to immediately establish an independent commission of inquiry to investigate human rights abuses in IOJK as recommended by the two OHCHR reports on Kashmir. The time to act is now, "he concluded.
Earlier in the day, the United Nations chief of human rights said he was "deeply concerned about the impact of the recent actions" of the Indian government on the human rights of cashmere.
Michelle Bachelet expressed concern about India's actions against cashmere, as well as the illegitimate killings and injuries of Palestinians by Israeli security forces.
Bachelet said his office continues to receive reports on the human rights situation on both sides of the Control Line.
"I am deeply concerned about the impact of the recent actions of the Indian government on the human rights of cashmere, including restrictions on Internet communications and the peaceful gathering, and the arrest of local political leaders and activists," he said.
"While I continue to urge the governments of India and Pakistan to ensure that human rights are respected and protected, I have especially asked India to relieve current blockages or curfews; to guarantee people's access to basic services; and that all due process rights are respected by those who have been arrested, "he urged.
"It is important that the people of Kashmir be consulted and participate in any decision-making process that has an impact on their future."
On August 5, the government of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi stripped the cashmere of constitutional rights they had for seven decades through a hasty presidential order. Since then, there has been an indefinite curfew in occupied Kashmir, while elected leaders are still under house arrest.