ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan on Friday said 900,000 Indian forces in Indian occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IoJ&K) were to terrorise eight million Kashmiris:
In a tweet, Imran Khan said Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi was stuck between a rock and a hard place as he had thought that he could get his agenda of annexation done by using 900, 000 forces to silence Kashmiris, but after passage of 75 days the occupational forces continue to siege the valley.
“As the world watches the worst violation of human rights in IoJ&K, Modi is now fearful because he knows the moment the siege is lifted there will be a bloodbath,” he tweeted.
Heavy deployment of Indian forces and ban on pre-paid phones and internet services are causing great inconveniences to the people throughout the territory. Lack of communications has also inflicted untold miseries on the people.
Text messaging services were blocked just hours after Indian authorities had partially restored call and text services for post-paid mobile phones on Monday, following a 75-day blackout in the territory. Patients are the worst victims of the blockade, which has cut people off not only from their immediate surroundings but also from the world.
On Oct 14, Prime Minister Azad Jammu and Kashmir Raja Farooq Haider Khan had said under a well thought out conspiracy, India was creating a war-like situation on the ceasefire line (CFL) to divert the world attention from its massive human rights violations in the occupied valley.
“Indian cowardly acts are increasing at ceasefire line with each passing day and such jingoism poses a serious threat to peace of the region,” Farooq Haider had said while visiting the combined military headquarters (CMH) Muzaffarabad and inquired about the health of those injured by Indian unprovoked firing in Neelum Valley and other sectors and distributed cheques among them.