Srinagar: Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan on Sunday while condemning the civilian killings in Kashmir said that Kashmiris must be allowed to decide their future.
Seven civilians were killed on Saturday at the gunfight site in Pulwama district of South Kashmir. The Valley continues to be be shut on second day and a people’s march has been called for Monday by Joint Resistance Leadership (JRL).
Khan took to Twitter, a while ago, saying that only dialogue and not violence and killings would resolve Kashmir conflict.
“We will raise issue of India’s human rights violations in IOK and demand UNSC fulfil its Jammu and Kashmir plebiscite commitment,” he demanded.
He also added in another tweet that Kashmiris must be allowed to decide their future.
Earlier, Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi, while addressing the United Nations and Organization of Islamic Conference (OIC), said, “I am not talking about the [Kashmir] issue; I am talking about humanity.”
“Even if you have some difficulty raising your voice about the Kashmir issue, there shouldn’t be any hesitance raising your voice against the brutality towards humans,” he added.