Civilian killings another manifestation of state terrorism: Pak

Pakistan Sunday condemned the killing of three people in alleged use of force by Indian forces in a village at Shopian in southern part of Kashmir.

The Pakistan Foreign Office (FO) said in a statement that the three civilians were killed in the Ganowpora village of Shopian district in “Indian-occupied Kashmir” on January 27. It said that “countering peaceful, unarmed protesters with lethal weapons and direct bullets is another manifestation of the state-terrorism being perpetrated by India against Kashmiris on a daily basis”.

The FO said Pakistan expresses its complete solidarity with the people of Kashmir and urged the international community to take cognisance of the “systematic violations” of human rights taking place in Kashmir.