ISLAMABAD: The Consular Service on Friday firmly insisted that there was no change in the government’s policy on the Kashmir conflict.
” There is no change in Pakistan’s principled as well as long-held position on the Jammu & Kashmir dispute,” FO spokesman Zahid Hafeez Chaudhri stated at the regular media instruction while responding to questions regarding the contract reached with India complying with the ‘hotline get in touch with’ between directors basic of military operations (DGMOs) of the two nations.
The Pakistan government had previously put down conditions for involving with India, which specifically included turnaround of August 2019 action of annexing busy Jammu and Kashmir and end of civils rights violations as well as atrocities against Kashmiri people.
There has actually been no significant forward motion on any of the engagement problems established by Pakistan as neither addition of held Kashmir has been withdrawed neither have civils rights violations ceased.
India has devoted over 13,600 ceasefire offenses considering that 2003
“We have actually been continuously claiming that gross human rights infractions in India as well as IIOJK refer deep concern,” Mr Chaudhri informed the rundown.
For that reason, holding of the DGMOs’ talks came as a surprise in view of the position taken by the Pakistan government.
“The focus of the broach DGMOs was de-escalation along the Line of Control based on the predetermined systems and also understandings,” Mr Chaudhri said.
Pakistan, he recalled, had consistently highlighted the demand for observing the 2003 ceasefire understanding in letter as well as in spirit for keeping peace along the Line of Control.
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“We have actually also preserved that rise along the Line of Control is a hazard to regional tranquility and also safety and security,” he stated, insisting that the current advancement was significantly in accordance with Pakistan’s consistent position.
He stated that India had actually committed over 13,600 ceasefire violations given that 2003. In 2015, there were 3,097 ceasefire offenses, resulting in martyrdom of 28 individuals as well as injuries to 257 others.