FM Qureshi urges OIC, world community to take notice of India's aggressive behavior

FM Qureshi urges OIC, world community to take notice of India's aggressive behavior

Sukkur (Agencies): Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi on Saturday said that Pakistan wants peace but if India resorts to any aggression, we will give a befitting response.

Talking to newsmen in Sukkur, the Foreign minister said while the entire world is accepting Pakistan's narrative, the Indian narrative is not being accepted even by the Indian people and voices are coming from inside India that New Delhi has lost Kashmir.

He said besides Mirwaiz Umar Farooq, Syed Ali Gilani, Yasin Malik and other Hurriyat leaders, Mehbooba Mufti and Farooq Abdullah are also criticizing the Indian policies in Occupied Kashmir.

“The situation in Occupied Kashmir has deteriorated to the extent that the United States has described the state a dangerous area and warned its citizens not to visit it”, Qureshi said.

The FM said that the UN Human Rights Commission has called for setting up a commission of inquiry to probe human rights abuses in Occupied Kashmir and the British House of Commons has also expressed concern over the situation in the area.

He asked the OIC and the world community to take notice of India's belligerent behavior. The Foreign Minister said India will have to grant self-determination right to the Kashmiri people.

Speaking about the Indian team wearing military caps in third ODI against Australia in Ranchi on Friday, FM Qureshi said that the world saw that the Indian cricket team wore military caps instead of their own. He said it is the ICC's responsibility to take notice of this even without the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) bringing it up.

The Foreign minister appealed to the leadership of all political parties to evolve consensus on implementation of National Action Plan (NAP) against terrorists as the plan had been formulated through consensus of all parties.

Speaking about Afghan peace process he said that Pakistan wants peace in Afghanistan.