International probe should be conducted in Pulwama attack: Masood We shall keep Kashmir issue alive till its solution: Naz Shah


ISLAMABAD: AJK President Sardar Masood Khan has admonished India for what he called misleading international community over Pulwama incident by hurling false accusation on Pakistan. Addressing a press conference along with Labour Member of British Parliament Naz Shah, he said, “Pakistan has no link with Pulwama incident, India is totally confused and trying to deceive the world.”

Terming the Kashmiris’ reaction natural, he claimed that Indian forces had killed thousands of innocent Kashmiris and creating confusion to hide their brutalities in Jammu & Kashmir.

ISLAMABAD: Feb16 –President AJK Sardar Masood Khan along with Member of Parliament of the United Kingdom, Naz Shah interacting media at Kashmir House.

He dispelled the impression that indigenous and peaceful freedom struggle has any link with terrorism. He asked India to initiate international inquiry of the incident, saying there is no justification in blaming Pakistan without any evidence. He recalled that Indian extremists’ elements were involved in Samjhauta Express incident.

He said, the Kashmiri children and students were the worst victims of state terrorism sponsored by India in Kashmir valley. “Atrocities of Indian forces in J&K are unacceptable,” he added.

The children have not only suffered direct injuries with bullets, pellet guns and with teargas shells but had been witnessing all the brutalities being carried out by Indian forces in last seven decades. The children of this lawless land are arrested and harassed to the level that it has traumatized their psyche,” he deplored.

Naz Shah MP asked the British parliament for playing its due role in resolving Kashmir problem as the issue was created by the then Labour British Government. She said Labour party has very clear stance on Kashmir issue and soon after coming in the power her party will resolve the Kashmir issue, she claimed.

She urged international community to intervene and resolve Kashmir issue as per the aspirations of Kashmris. She asked the Indian government to allow international community to visit Kashmir. She also promised to move a resolution on Kashmir issue in the Parliament on her return to Britain. “Kashmir issue is alive in British Parliament and we shall keep it alive till its amicable solution”, she vowed.