The dossier was presented at a press conference here jointly led by Pakistani Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood. Qureshi, The National Security Advisor, Dr. Moeed Yusuf, and the Minister of Human Rights, Shireen Mazari. It came at a time when Islamabad has been at the center of international attention in the context of the chaotic departure from Afghanistan of US-led foreign troops after the fall of Kabul last month following a swift surrender of Afghan cities. to the United States. Taliban.
Qureshi said that the decision to compile the file was made due to the alleged actions of the Indian authorities after the death of the Kashmiri separatist leader. Syed ali geelani and his treatment of his family.
Qureshi said that considering the situation in Kashmir and “the kind of thinking of the government present there,” the Pakistani establishment decided that “we should play our role and reveal the real face of this government, which claims to be the largest democracy in the world, before the world”. ”.
Citing information from the document, Foreign Ministry spokesman Asim Iftikhar blamed India for “sponsoring ISIS.” He alleged that the evidence suggested that India was operating training camps in Gulmarg, Raipur, Jodhpur, Chakrata, Anupgarh and Bikaner.
“By injecting these state-trained ISIS fighters, India may attempt to establish links of the freedom movement with international terrorism to smear the Kashmir freedom struggle and justify its own crimes as counter-terrorism operations,” he said.
the NSA He said Islamabad is clear about what is happening in the region. “What is happening at J&K is so egregious that there is no possibility that someone can honestly tell you that what Pakistan says is wrong,” Moeed Yusuf said.
Asked why India’s alleged involvement in fomenting terrorism from Afghanistan was not addressed, the NSA opined that one of the reasons was India’s interests with the world, such as being a counterweight to China.
“There is a clear change in what the world thinks about India. I am not taking any credit for ourselves, India is what it is doing within the country and the world is watching it, ”he said.
Qureshi claimed that there was a continuous blackout in communications in Kashmir, as independent journalists and observers were denied access, while the facts were distorted and the brutalities were not reported “by design”. He called for unhindered access to the region for journalists, United Nations and human rights commissions of other international organizations.
He said the file contained details on a wide range of incidents and atrocities, including extrajudicial executions, arbitrary arrests, cases of torture, gunshot wounds and rapes, more than 100,000 orphaned children, false flag operations and placing weapons on innocent residents to to imply. them.
He explained that most of the references in the file were taken from international and Indian media, as well as from international human rights organizations such as Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch.
In her anti-India tirade, the human rights minister criticized the European Union for not giving a statement against the “annexation” of Kashmir by India.