Calls on international community to take immediate notice of Indian state-terrorism in IIOJK.
FO spokesperson says "myopic attitude" is rendering a valuable platform for regional cooperation increasingly dysfunctional.
Envoy alerts UN members of their duty to stop India’s Hindutva leaders from implementing so-called ‘final solution’ in Kashmir.
Report says 65 Kashmiris were killed by Indian troops in fake encounters while in custody last year.
Officials say at least 380 fighters, nearly 100 civilians, and over 80 security personnel have been killed since Aug 2019.
The international community must let India know that the fundamental rights of the Kashmiris cannot be ignored.
"The violations must be investigated by an independent Commission of Inquiry as recommended by the OHCHR," says Foreign Office.
Khurram Parvez was arrested last month by India's National Investigation Agency on terrorism funding charges.
House of Commons has sought an explanation from Indian High Commission over human rights violations in occupied Kashmir.
FO says adoption of the resolution by consensus provides people of IoK with hope in their struggle for freedom from oppression.
The military lost nine soldiers in the same area earlier this year.
“He's not a terrorist, he's a human rights defender,” says Mary Lawlor, UN Special Rapporteur on Human Rights Defenders.
National Investigation Agency officials also searched the Jammu Kashmir Coalition of Civil Society offices for more than 14 hours.
At least 30 Kashmiris have been murdered by Indian forces since Oct 1 in so-called search operations.
Families accuse security forces of murdering the two men in “cold blood”, scores turn out for pre-dawn reburials.
Demand comes after Jammu and Kashmir Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha orders magisterial inquiry into killings.
"The killing spree of innocent Kashmiris perpetuated by Indian occupation forces continues with shameless impunity," FO says.
Families of the victims raised slogans and some of them carried leaflets that read “Stop innocent killings & atrocities”.
Families of the slain civilians said Indian troops used them as human shields during a raid on Monday night.
Pakistan to host OIC's Council of Foreign Ministers summit in March, OIC delegation's report on Kashmir to come under discussion.
New Delhi has for decades stationed at least 500,000 soldiers in the occupied valley.
Emphasises the need for the provision of humanitarian support and assistance to the people of Indian-occupied Kashmir.
Pakistan’s position must be grounded in realpolitik.
Former chief minister Mehbooba Mufti criticises police action.
Incident raises serious questions about the well-being, safety and security of Pakistani prisoners in India, FO spokesman says.
Cases registered under Section 13 of Unlawful Activities Prevention Act and Sections 105-A and 505 of the Indian Penal Code.
Villagers say the man was fatally shot without provocation.
“We have seen worse times, but were never targeted. This time, we are afraid,” says 32-year old Mohammed Salam.
The deteriorating security and human rights situation in occupied Kashmir is a matter of grave concern, FO spokesperson says.
The fresh wave of killings appears to be targeted towards non-Kashmiris, including migrant workers, and minority Hindus and Sikhs.