Islamabad: Pakistan has referred to as on the world on International Day of Special Persons to place stress on India to cease blinding and maiming harmless folks in occupied Kashmir.
Foreign Office Spokesperson Says International Community Should Prevent Occupied Territories From Being Cruel In Disability, Pakistan Is With Those Who Are Handicapped By Indian Occupying Forces' Pellet Guns And Inhumane Violence Strongly condemns Indian atrocities in Occupied Kashmir.
Zahid Hafeez Chaudhry mentioned that the 2019 report of the Office of the Commissioner for Human Rights made eye-opening revelations that based on the report, the occupying Indian forces snatched the sight of 1253 folks with pellet weapons from mid-2016. Increased incidence of blindness in Occupied Kashmir has a lot of kids and girls with disabilities.
Foreign Office Spokesman Says Amnesty International Releases Report on "Blindness in Kashmir: Effects of Pellet Guns" Amnesty International Releases Report on Photography of Kashmiris Affected by Pellet Guns Most of the blind folks included photos of youngsters and girls.