Pakistan Sends Dossier to other Envoys about India’s Human Rights Violations in IOJK
September 24, 2021
According to a statement released by the Foreign Office, Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi has sent the dossier documenting India’s systematic and widespread violations of human rights and international humanitarian law in Illegally Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK) to counterparts from Norway, Portugal, Ireland, and Egypt. Qureshi met with foreign ministers on the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly’s 76th session in New York.
On September 12, Pakistan presented Qureshi with a 131-page dossier outlining Indian aggression and barbarism in IIOJK.
Incriminating audio, video, and documentary evidence on India’s human rights violations, war crimes, genocide, and torture of Kashmiris was included in the dossier. Qureshi said on the occasion that the international community should play a role in preventing India from violating human rights in IIOJK. He also urged world leaders to ask India to reverse its decision to revoke Kashmir’s special status.
The FM also emphasized the importance of the international community’s continued and positive engagement with Afghanistan in order to promote long-term peace and stability and address the country’s dire humanitarian situation. He emphasized Pakistan’s role in assisting the United Nations’ ongoing humanitarian efforts in Afghanistan, as well as facilitating the evacuation and relocation of UN and international personnel, as well as foreign diplomats and nationals from a variety of countries. He spoke about Pakistan’s close bilateral ties with Norway, Portugal, Ireland, and Egypt, as well as their shared commitment to improve mutual cooperation.