“I fear impending genocide in occupied Kashmir subsequent to curfew lifting,” PM Khan tells editors of NYT

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NEW YORK: Prime Minister Imran Khan during his meeting with the editorial board of the ‘New York Times’, has said that he would appeal to the United Nations for help following to the complete lock-down in the occupied Kashmir by the Indian forces.

PM Khan who is going to address the 74th session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) in US told the editors of the newspaper that the curfew has entered in its seventh week in Indian Occupied Kashmir and if the United Nations does speak about it then the situation will go from bad to worst.

“If the UN doesn’t speak about it, who is going to speak about it?” PM Imran said.

PM also said that it is feared that the moment curfew is lifted in the Indian Occupied Kashmir, a widespread violence would break out as the people are in deep exasperation.”

“This is alarming and I am afraid that it’s going to be a massacre, the moment they lift the curfew,” PM added.

“I fear impending genocide in Kashmir,” PM Khan said.

PM also said that “United Nations should step in this issue as this is the UN’s job and added that they have to intervene and send observers there.”

 

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