Pakistan Foreign Office spokesperson Dr. Mohammad Faisal on Thursday said that until when will India continue the strict curfew in Occupied Kashmir adding that India has converted Kashmir into the world’s biggest prison.
“The demonstrations around the world against Modi government’s policies will continue. Until when will India continue the curfew? The [lockdown] will have to end one day,” Dr Faisal said during his media briefing.
He further said Pakistan was holding consultations for approaching the International Court of Justice (ICJ) over the widespread human rights abuses in occupied Kashmir. We are deeply concerned over the [reports] of suspended accounts and we are raising the issue with the relevant companies,” he said.
A number of journalists, activists, and government officials have claimed that their accounts were suspended after they tweeted in support of Kashmir freedom. #StopSuspendingPakistanis began trending on Twitter in Pakistan earlier this week. Dr. Faisal added that the Wagah border was open, and if anyone needed any help they could contact the Pakistan Foreign Office.
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