Hussain Mohi-ud-Din Qadri bemoans government’s inaction

Hussain Mohi-ud-Din Qadri, president of Federal Council of Minhaj-ul-Quran International, has said that the government of Pakistan has failed to take note of the recent developments in the Indian occupied Kashmir and present their case before the international community. He said that the emergence of protests of the Kashmiri people against the Indian highhandedness in the wake of civilian casualties was proof enough of the fact that people there were fed up with the occupation. He said that all Indian tactics to quell the protests failed with people taking to streets in their hundreds of thousands to protest against the violation of human rights in the held valley.

He said that the government of Pakistan was duty bound to draw the attention of the international community to the Indian excesses but the foreign office did not issue even a single statement of condemnation, which was unfortunate. He said that Pakistan, being a party to the dispute, is under obligation to give diplomatic, political and moral support to the Kashmiris. He regretted the inaction of the government, demanding that the issue be taken up with the Indian foreign minister during his visit to Pakistan.