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Occupied Kashmir valley suffers $2bn loss due to Indian government

10 February, 2020 16:21

Occupied Kashmir valley suffers $2bn loss due to Indian government’s unilateral steps which New Delhi took on August05, 2019.

Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi said this, while speaking at a ceremony of Federation of Pakistan Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Karachi on Monday.

He told the business community that Indian government’ unilateral steps remain in clear violation of UN resolution on Kashmir dispute.

He said that illegal Indian steps in occupied Kashmir have also damaged the economic conditions in the territory.

Occupied Kashmir valley suffers

FM Qureshi further said that India caused loss of $2 billion to the economy.

He said that 400,000 people have lost employment because of Indian unilateral measures.

He said that international community is well aware of what is happening in occupied Kashmir.

Shah Mahmood Qureshi said that he has written several letters to the president of UN Security Council to highlight the Indian brutalities in occupied Kashmir.

He said that foreign office will facilitate business community through economic diplomacy to improve the national economy.

Pakistan again summons Indian envoy to lodge protest over LoC violation

Indian army soldier killed in effective response to Indian unprovoked firing

Meanwhile, ISPR said India deliberately targeted of civilian population along the LoC during the last 24 hours.

Ten innocent civilians, including two children and two women, seriously injured due to India firing.

Injuries reported in Jabbar Sandhara, Sumbal Gali and Dabsi villages of Kotli District.

They shifted injured to nearby medical facility for necessary care.

Pakistan Army troops responded effectively to Indian unprovoked ceasefire violations.

One Indian soldier lost life while three including a major got injured.

Substantial damage inflicted on Indian posts, which initiated fire.

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