Indian parliamentarian forced to leave ceremony during Qasim Suri’s speech
ISLAMABAD: Addressing the Asia Pacific Summit 2019 in Cambodia on Tuesday, Deputy Speaker National Assembly Qasim Suri raised the issue of human rights violations and rape incidents at the hands of the Indian occupational forces in held Jammu and Kashmir valley.
While he was delivering the speech, an Indian parliamentarian rose from his seat in the audience and tried to create ruckus, but security team immediately dragged him out of the hall.
Qasim Suri said 8,000 unidentified graves were discovered in the occupied territory. It has been 106 days since curfew and communication blackout had been imposed in held Kashmir and getting items of basic necessity had been made difficult for the people, he said.