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PoK activists condemn Pulwama attack at the UNHRC, blame Pakistan for nurturing terrorists

UKPNP blamed Pakistan for nurturing terrorists and using them to wage a proxy war against India.

At an event during the 40th session of the UN Human Rights Council on Monday, activists from Pakistan occupied Kashmir (PoK) strongly denunciated the ghastly attack in Pulwama that claimed 40 lives of CRPF personnel. They urged Pakistani establishment to dismantle all terror groups operating in PoK and Pakistan.

Sardar Shaukat Ali Kashmiri, Chairman of United Kashmir People’s National Party(UKPNP) blamed Pakistan for nurturing terrorists and using them to wage a proxy war against India. He said, “Pakistan’s Army Generals are now overtly asking Kashmiris to stop using weapons and instead go for suicide attacks. Retired Army Generals are doing it. It is an alarming situation as the state runs the risk of being divided into 1000 pieces because of Pakistan sponsored sectarianism and terrorism.”

Another activist M Hassan said, “We have been witnessing these attacks and counter-attacks from last 71 years. One Pulwama attack brought the two nuclear-powered countries on a brink of a full-scale war. The eventuality of the war might be catastrophic for the entire world.” Hassan also added that Pakistan needs to dismantle the terror networks and get rid of the non-state actors that are posing a grave threat not only to the local peace but also to international peace.

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