Pakistan’s Interior Minister Brigadier Ejaz Ahmad Shah said on Wednesday that Islamabad did not gain the support of the international community from its stand on the Kashmir issue. He also blamed Prime Minister Imran Khan and his government for tarnishing the country’s image.
Ijaz said during a conversation with a TV channel that the international community does not trust us. We say that India imposed a curfew in Kashmir and no one believes us if they are not giving medicines to the people there. But the international community trusts India. People do not take our country seriously. Ijaz also blamed former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto, Pervez Musharraf for spoiling the country’s image.
Qureshi claims – India converted Kashmir into imprisoned prison
A day earlier, Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi had claimed during the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) session in Geneva that India had removed Jammu and Kashmir into the largest ‘captive prison’ of the planet after removing Article 370. Has changed. There strictly violates human rights.
India dismissed Qureshi’s allegations
India dismissed Qureshi’s allegations and said that Pakistan is telling a fabrication story on Jammu and Kashmir. It is itself a country that is conducting terrorism from across the border. Before this, Pakistan did not get the support of any country even in the United Nations. Countries like America, France, and Russia have also supported India on the Kashmir issue.
Pak claims – 60 country’s support
Pakistan said in UNHRC about the human rights situation in Jammu and Kashmir, it has got support from 60 countries. They did not disclose the names of the countries. A member of the Pakistani delegation to the UNHRC in Geneva said that a list of these countries would be submitted to the Indian delegation.
People associated with this rejected Pak’s claim
However, people associated with the issue denied it. He said that Pakistan has the support of the 57-member Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (IOC) and China. However, many OIC members such as Indonesia distanced themselves from the move during negotiations with their Indian counterparts.