According to the ISPR, Indian troops once again resorted to unprovoked firing along the line of control last night.
Indian troops again resort to firing
That injured an innocent woman.
Indian troops targeted civilian population in Hajipir and Sankh sectors with rockets, heavy mortars and artillery.
Pakistan leadership highlights Kashmir issue
Pakistan leadership is highlighting Kashmir issue and Indian war crimes at national and international forums and social media as well.
Earlier, Prime Minister Imran Khan, Pakistan’s Permanent Representative to United Nations, Ambassador Munir Akram, Foreign Ministry and Information Minster raised the issue today.
Prime Minister Imran Khan has said Modi Government of India, with its fascist Hindutva Supremacist RSS-driven ideology, continues its war crimes in Occupied Kashmir under cover of COVID-19 global pandemic.
In a tweet, he said Modi regime is violating Fourth Geneva Convention through continuing its genocide of Kashmiris and by attempting to change demography in Occupied Kashmir, whom the United Nations recognized as disputed territory.
The PM urged the international community to take notice of these war crimes by India in violations of 4th Geneva Convention and international humanitarian laws.
Meanwhile, in a letter sent to the envoys of OIC, Pakistan highlighted the rising cases of anti-Muslim violence and Islamophobia in India.
At the United Nations, Pakistan urged the OIC bloc to play a role.
Pakistan’s Permanent Representative to United Nations, Ambassador Munir Akram urged Organization of Islamic Cooperation to convene an urgent virtual meeting to consider a response to the increasing hate crimes against Muslims in India.