In a media interaction today, Ambassador of Pakistan to Brazil H.E Mr. Najm us Saqib apprised on the South Asia’s current situation with special reference to the alarming human rights situation prevailing in the Indian Occupied Kashmir (IoK) including complete lockdown of the Valley for the last 12 days and the continued curfew. Leading journalists along with academicians and members of civil society attended the briefing.
Present among others were: Professor Sato UnB, Mr. Rodrigo Craveiro (Correio Brasiliense), Ms. Claudia Godoy (Site Bacuri Brasil), Mr. Ivan Godoy (Radio Senado), Mr. Milton Atanazio (Revista Vox), Ms. Malu (www.blogreportermalu.com.br), Ms. Marilia Marques (Site G1), Cristian Roberto (Revista Pistache) and Mrs. Roberto. Defense Attache Brig. Mohammad Yousaf and First Secretary Azeem Ullah Cheema also attended the event.
Responding to a query regarding the possibility of war between the two nuclear powers, the Ambassador reiterated Pakistan’s sincere commitment to have a peaceful neighbourhood while reaffirming Pakistan’s continued diplomatic, political and moral support to the just cause of Jammu and Kashmir.
The participants shown keen interest in the Jammu and Kashmir dispute. They maintained that the dispute should be resolved immediately as the Kashmiris have already suffered a lot. They also urged the international community to take cognizance of the heinous crimes and human rights violations being committed and perpetrated by the Indian Security Forces in IoK.
Earlier on 16 August 2019, Ambassador Najm us Saqib gave an interview to Ms. Claudia Godoy of Site Bacuri Brasil and availed of the opportunity to apprise the peace-loving people of Brazil on the devastatingly inhuman situation prevailing in the Occupied Jammu and Kashmir.
17 August 2019
Last modified: November 23, 2019
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