Pakistan’s 131-page case history unsettle India at Diplomatic level

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It is relevant to mention here that Pakistan had issued a detailed 131-page case history conflicts crimes and Human rights breach in Indian held Kashmir.

Islamabad: Pakistan’s 131-page case history conflict crimes and Human rights breach in Indian-Occupied Kashmir (IOK) has disorder India at Diplomatic level.

It is relevant to mention here that Pakistan had issued a detailed 131-page case history conflicts crimes and Human rights breach in Indian held Kashmir.

According to the Sources, Pakistan’s hostile diplomatic move concerning case history is capitulate positive results. The Worldwide community was shocked at India’s war crimes, serious Human rights breach and massacre.

The Provenance said that Pakistan case history make conflict Indian at diplomatic level. “India has failed miserably to remove the consequence of the case history at the diplomatic level and the UN Human rights council has assemble on a number of issues concern to the case History,” It added.

The Sources also bring up that the UN Human Rights Council (UNHRC) special representative have uplift many questions and sent a Question-air to the Indian Government.

“The Indian Modi-guide government has not answered any of the questions of the UNHRC. The voice of case history also echoed in the British House of exemplary, the European Parliament, The US convention and relevant committees.”

The sources further continued that the organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) also took the case History situation seriously. Slamming New Delhi Indian cruelty, the OIC contact group on Jammu and Kashmir called upon the International clique to “take Immediate noticed of the compelling proof” Contained in a case History issued by Pakistan on September 12 against India’s heinous crimes in Occupied Jammu and Kashmir.”

The Sources said that the Foreign Minister provided case History to the Diplomatic assignment of more than 70 Countries, adding that a comprehensive information was given to all foreign ambassadors, high commissioners and diplomats appointed in Pakistan. The case History was also handed over the United Nations Secretary-General, other leaders and lasting envoy of the member countries.

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