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May 18, 2017
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India plans demographic changes in Occupied Kashmir: FO

India plans demographic changes in Occupied Kashmir: FO

ISLAMABAD: India is planning to change the demography in Indian Occupied Kashmir (IoK) by stationing Hindu terrorist outfit RSS activists for converting the Muslim majority areas into minority, spokesperson for the Foreign Office, Nafees Zakaria, said during his weekly media briefing here Thursday.

He further said, demographic changes in IoK are clear violations of the United Nations Security Council Resolution.

We are closely monitoring the situation in the IoK, he added. RSS activists’ growing presence in IoK is planned to terrorise Kashmiris and discourage them from participating in the self-determination movement, he added.

He said, Pakistan, in line with its policy of extending moral, diplomatic and political support to Kashmiris, has sent a letter from the Advisor Sartaj Aziz to the UN Secretary General to apprise him the details on Indian plans of changing the demography in IoK and to seek UN intervention.

He said that RSS has been engaged in stationing its activists and establishing its units in IoK to undermine the freedom movement of the defenseless Kashmiris.

The Indian forces are continuously engaged in ceasefire violations on the Line of Control (LoC) and working boundary, he added.

Responding to a question, the spokesperson said that media reports have raised concerns over the Indian imports of unsafeguarded nuclear material, reactors, plants and equipments from abroad.

The proliferation of nuclear weapons of India would disturb the strategic stability of South Asia and security of Pakistan.

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