According to Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi, Pakistan is considering to Close its Airspace For India, he said that while talking to media today, Qureshi said the final decision to close Pakistan’s airspace for India has not been taken yet, it would be decided after a high echelon meeting.
According to Qureshi, police in occupied Kashmir is hesitant to take strong actions against the Kashmiri people and the orders by the authorities; this hesitation indicates the brutal and inhuman prevailing situation in Kashmir.
He also referred to an acute crackdown by the Indian forces in the Himalayan region since August 5 when Modi-led government abrogated articles 370 and 35A of its Constitution, which was totally against the international law, human rights and freedom. India has been blatantly violating the resolutions of United Nations Security Council (UNSC) over Kashmir issue, said Qureshi.
India has been cleverly using religion card in Kashmir as well, India has deployed most of the Muslim police officials in Kashmir and pressurized to follow the orders, weapons have been taken back from some police officers, The Nation reported. Foreign Minister said the Kashmir issue must be resolved according to Shimla Agreement between both countries; it is the only way to settle down the gross human right violations, atrocities in the region. Kashmiri People are confined in their own country facing an intense shortage of food, medication, and other essential commodities.