He said that the former Adviser to the PM on Foreign Affairs, Sartaj Aziz, had written a letter to the UNSG underscoring the Indian attempts.
He informed that Republic of Korea National Assembly Speaker Chung Sye-Kyun paid a fruitful visit this week and held a meeting with the foreign minister and expressed keen interest in investments and economic cooperation with Pakistan.
Referring to latest Indian atrocities, Zakaria said the Indian forces martyred 15 Kashmiris during the past week. Last week the count was 8.
The strongly-worded statement from the Foreign Office came in response to reports that the BJP government has been seeking to amend the Indian constitution, abolishing the special status being enjoyed by the state of Jammu and Kashmir.
He termed the killings at the hands of Indian forces as "genocide".
Ministry of Foreign Affairs Spokesperson Nafees Zakaria said on Thursday that the worldwide community has completely failed to prevent mass murders of Kashmiri Muslims by the Indian forces.
"Now, India is attempting to pre-empt the results of any future UN Plebiscite by changing the demography of Kashmir through unlawful means in contravention of the UNSC Resolutions".
"Last week the count was 8; the statistics of Kashmiris' sufferings on various counts, as a result of Indian barbarities and impunity with which Indian forces are committing the crimes against humanity, challenge the credibility of worldwide community's commitment to human rights".
India, he said, is a grave violator of the United Nations charter and other United Nations instruments on human and fundamental rights.
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