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Pakistan Accuses India for Spreading State Terrorism in Kashmir

By SiliconIndia   |   Wednesday, 12 October 2016, 06:18 Hrs
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BENGALURU: Pakistan again tried to intervene on India’s internal matters after the unfortunate death of Junaid Akhnoon. Junaid was a 13-year-old boy from Kashmir, who died because of the pellet injuries. After his death Pakistan said that India is responsible for all unrest going on in Kashmir and the death of a 13-year-old boy is an example of the state terrorism. The Times of India website reported that Pakistan again urged UN to immediately intervene in the Kashmir issue.



The series of events started after a 13-year-old boy was found dead after Friday prayers. The body of the young boy sustained injuries in the head and chest from pellet guns. Security forces said that he was involved in stone pelting, therefore, might be during the clash, this incident happened. However, locals denying the fact that he was involved in any kind of protest. Kashmir valley has faced unrest since July after Hizbul Commander Burhan Wani was killed by security forces in an encounter. Since then the clashes with locals and security forces increased the death toll to 91.



The Foreign Office of Pakistan conducted a press conference on this issue and said that the death of Junaid is part of Indian atrocities in Kashmir in a form of state terrorism. They further said that people and government of Pakistan pass condolences for Junaid’s family. The official of the Pakistan Foreign Office quoted the resolution of United Nations Security Council and said that Kashmiri people are fighting for their rights of self-determination.



Pakistan is continuously putting the Kashmiri issue on the desk of the international community and has been asking for immediate intervention. The PM of Pakistan, Nawaz Sharif mentioned Kashmir in his UN address last September, of which Indian Foreign Minister, Sushma Swaraj gave a befitting reply. In her statement, she pointed out that “Pakistan is asking the UN to implement proposed resolution, while they deny fulfilling mandatory first clause. They are continuously blaming Indian security forces for the three-month long unrest in Kashmir”.



The death of Junaid again sparked clashes in the valley and curfew has been imposed again in various places of the valley.



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