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Indian aggression poses threat to regional peace: Firdous Ashiq Awan

Taking it to Twitter, the special assistant while condemning the unprovoked firing by Indian forces on the Line of Control (LOC) said: “India is subjecting Kashmiris to barbarity and brutalities on both sides of LOC.”

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The Special Assistant to Prime Minister on Information and Broadcasting Dr Firdous Ashiq Awan has said that the Indian aggressive designs are posing a serious threat to the peace of the region.

Taking it to Twitter, the special assistant while condemning the unprovoked firing by Indian forces on the Line of Control (LOC) said: “India is subjecting Kashmiris to barbarity and brutalities on both sides of LOC.” She urged the international community to take immediate notice of it.

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Earlier, Awan had said that no Indian movie would be screened in Pakistani cinemas. While talking to media outside Parliament House on August 8, Awan had said that a policy was being formulated to ban all kinds of Indian cultural content in Pakistan.

While demanding that the international media and other neutral platforms be provided access to observe the deteriorating situation in occupied Kashmir.

As Pakistan takes steps to downgrade diplomatic and cultural ties with India following the Indian government’s move to strip occupied Kashmir of its special autonomy, Awan had said that Pakistan would utilize all options to extend its support to the Kashmiris in the wake of revocation of Article 370 by India.

Awan said that efforts were being made to highlight the plight of the residents of occupied Kashmir, including consultations at the United Nations by Pakistan’s envoy Dr Maleeha Lodhi, and contact with heads of governments.

While making it clear that Pakistan will not show any leniency on the issue, she had said that Pakistan had presented a united stance through a unanimous parliamentary resolution condemning India’s actions in occupied Kashmir.

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While demanding that the international media and other neutral platforms be provided access to observe the deteriorating situation in occupied Kashmir, she had urged the Pakistani media to play its due role in highlighting the Kashmiris’ plight.

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