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  • Pakistan says will not invite occupied Kashmir speaker to commonwealth conference

    ISLAMABAD: Special Adviser to Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Foreign Affairs and National Security, Sartaj Aziz, on Saturday said Pakistan will "never invite the speaker of occupied Jammu and Kashmir Assmebly to the upcoming Commonwealth Parliamentary Conference" to be held in Islamabad from September 30 to October 8...

    Talking at a book launch ceremony in Islamabad, Aziz said Pakistan's principle position on Jammu and Kashmir will be...

  • Pakistan condemns 'brutal assassination' of Hafizullah Mir in Indian occupied Kashmir

    The Foreign Office on Wednesday strongly condemned the brutal assassination of Hafizullah Mir, a top political leader of Tehreek-i-Hurriyat — a group that challenges India's sovereignty over Kashmir — at his home in the southern Achabal area...

    FO spokesperson Dr Mohammad Faisal, via Twitter, condemned the "continuing Indian atrocities in the occupied territory, including the killing of three Kashmiris and injuries to eight others,...

  • Pakistan rejects 'illegal' bifurcation of India-occupied Kashmir

    Pakistan has rejected the "void" and "illegal" bifurcation of India-occupied Kashmir into two union territories, saying that "no step by the government of India" can change the internationally recognised fact that it is a disputed territory...

    In a statement released by the Foreign Office on Thursday, Pakistan termed the move a "complete violation of the UN Security Council Resolutions and bilateral agreements between India and...

  • Pakistan condemns restrictions on Eid Milad-un-Nabi congregations in India-occupied Jammu and Kashmir

    The Foreign Office (FO) on Sunday condemned the restrictions imposed by Indian authorities on congregations in occupied Kashmir on Eid Milad-un-Nabi...

    "All roads leading to the Hazratbal Shrine in Srinagar and other holy shrines and mosques in the Indian occupied Jammu and Kashmir were sealed by the Indian occupation forces to stop any processions on this auspicious occasion, which is traditionally observed by Kashmiris with great...

  • Pakistan rejects India's 'illegal' new domicile law for occupied Kashmir

    Foreign Office spokesperson Aisha Farooqui on Thursday said Pakistan strongly condemns and rejects the new domicile law introduced by the Indian government in occupied Kashmir, which allows an Indian citizen who has resided in occupied Jammu and Kashmir for 15 years to call the territory his or her place of domicile...

    Through a gazette notification issued by the Indian government on Wednesday, a domiciled person has been defined as...

  • Pakistan 'deeply concerned' over lack of medical supplies in occupied Kashmir: FO

    Foreign Office spokesperson Aisha Farooqui on Thursday said Pakistan was "deeply concerned" at the lack of medical supplies and assistance in occupied Kashmir where 170 cases of Covid-19 and five fatalities from the disease have been reported...

    Speaking at the weekly FO press briefing, she said: "Voices from within India and around the world continue to condemn the inhuman oppression of the people of Jammu and Kashmir...

  • Pakistan condemns India's campaign of 'harassment and intimidation' of media in occupied Kashmir: FO

    The Foreign Office (FO) on Sunday condemned India's repression of the media in occupied Kashmir and called for an end to the "campaign of harassment and intimidation"...

    In a statement issued on World Press Freedom Day, FO spokesperson Aisha Farooqui said: "We express solidarity with the journalist fraternity in Indian occupied Jammu and Kashmir, which continues to face a relentless campaign of harassment and intimidation...

  • Pakistan suggests medical corridor for people of occupied Kashmir

    ISLAMABAD: The Parliamentary Committee on Kashmir on Wednesday urged the United Nations, World Health Organisation and International Committee of the Red Cross to set up an international humanitarian medical corridor to help provide medical support to the people of India-held Kashmir (IHK)...

    “Situation in India is delicate and being a neighbour, Pakistan is concerned...

  • Pakistan expresses 'serious concern' over reports of India's new planned changes in occupied Kashmir

    Pakistan on Monday expressed serious concern over reports of Indian government’s purported plans to trigger new “administrative and demographic changes” in Indian-occupied Kashmir...

    Commenting on reports of possible "further division, bifurcation and demographic changes" in occupied Kashmir, Foreign Office spokesperson Zahid Hafeez Chaudhri said "no new instrument of occupation shall have any legal effect...

  • 'Deep-rooted prejudice': Pakistan condemns India's restrictions on Eid rituals in occupied Kashmir

    Pakistan on Wednesday strongly condemned the reported restrictions imposed by Indian authorities on Eidul Azha prayers and sacrifice of animals in Indian-occupied Kashmir, saying they showed "complete disrespect and deep-rooted prejudice" against Muslims...

    "Imposition of restrictions on prayers and religious festivities on one of the most important days of Islamic calendar represents complete disrespect and deep-rooted prejudice by...

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