India violating ceasefire to divert attention from internal anarchy: Qureshi

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FM grieved over life loss in Kazakh plane crash

ISLAMABAD: Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi has said that India is resorting to continuous ceasefire violations along the Line of Control (LoC) to divert attention from its internal anarchy.

Chairing the consultation meeting of former foreign secretaries her on Friday, he said the fire which was erupted by the Narendra Modi’s government in Occupied Kashmir on 5th of August, has now engulfed the entire India.

The Foreign Minister said Pakistan is exposing Indian brutalities in the held valley at every platform.

Shah Mahmood Qureshi said that today, the anti-Muslim and Hindutva-based thought of Modi government has divided the entire India.

He said India deprived the world of getting access to the ground realties of occupied Kashmir by imposing restrictions on the means of communications.

The meeting also discussed the continued curfew, Indian aggression in Occupied Kashmir and critical situation of peace and security of the region.

Meanwhile, Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi on Friday expressed sorrow over loss of lives in a passenger aircraft crash in Kazakhstan.

“In this hour of grief, the government and people of Pakistan stand with their Kazakh counterparts,” the Foreign Minister said in a condolence message following the incident.

Kazakh career Bek Air crashed this morning soon after takeoff from the Almaty airport, leaving a number of passengers dead and injured.

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