Modi crossed ‘red line’ by discussing Balochistan: Pak

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Islamabad, Aug 18: Pakistan today said Prime Minister Narendra Modi crossed the “red line” by discussing Balochistan and stated that it will “mightily” raise the Kashmir issue at the UN General Assembly session one month from now.

“The Prime Minister firmly argued the instance of Kashmir amid General Assembly session a year ago and we will again mightily raise the issue,” Foreign Office Spokesperson Nafees Zakaria said.

Zakaria, in his week by week news instructions here, likewise took solid exemption to the comments by Prime Minister Modi on Balochistan.

Leader Modi had raised Pakistani barbarities on individuals of Balochistan and PoK in his Independence Day discourse.

“It is the infringement of the UN Charter…He (Modi) crossed the red line by discussing Balochistan,” Zakaria said.

He claimed that India was included in subversive exercises in Balochistan and Karachi. Zakaria likewise guaranteed that India was alluding to Balochistan to conceal its human rights infringement in Kashmir.

Zakaria said Prime Minister Sharif will lead the official designation at the General Assembly session. He said the UN Secretary General and a large portion of the UN individuals had as of now been educated about the “unstable circumstance” in Kashmir.

Zakaria said the UN and global group ought to remind India that it must satisfy its dedication to give the privilege of self-determination to the general population of Jammu and Kashmir according to Security Council resolutions.

He said the issue was all the while remarkable on the Security Council plan for over six decades.

“Pakistan unequivocally denounces the proceeding with utilization of power by India and infringement of human rights. The fierce utilization of power has murdered no less than 80 individuals and no less than 100 have been blinded by utilization of pellet firearms,” Zakaria asserted.

He said the global group and human rights associations ought to call upon India to stop utilization of “beast power” in Kashmir.

Gotten some information about Indian making a move against Amnesty International, he said it indicated how India was treating the issue of human rights in Kashmir.

Zakaria said Pakistan had proposed to India to hold chats on Kashmir. Be that as it may, he declined to affirm if India had reacted to the proposition.

At the point when gotten some information about any conditions India had put before them for beginning exchange, the representative said Pakistan suggested that Kashmir ought to be the center of the discussions.

Zakaria likewise asserted that the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) was gone for monetary improvement of Pakistan and China as well as the whole district. He said India’s protest to such a gainful financial undertaking was unbelievable.

Zakaria said Pakistan had welcomed money clergymen of SAARC nations for the following week meeting however so far was sitting tight for affirmation on Arun Jaitley’s cooperation.