ISLAMABAD: Pakistan has urged the international community to take steps to end systematic violence against women in occupied Jammu and Kashmir. On Tuesday, a Foreign Office spokesman said that the incidents of organized violence and gang rape in Occupied Jammu and Kashmir were documented by several independent commissions, including the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, human rights organizations, international media and civil society organizations. The spokesperson said that today we are commemorating the tragic incidents of mass rape of Kashmiri women in Kanan and Pushpura villages of Occupied Kashmir on February 23, 1991. This unfortunate day is like a black mark on the collective memory of the international community. The spokesman said that due to lack of accountability of those responsible and unavailability of justice for the victims, India is still perpetuating human rights and rule of law violations. , Using violence and killing of Kashmiri women as a tool of state terrorism.
The spokesman said that after the illegal unilateral measures of August 5, 2019, the heinous crimes committed by the Indian forces have further increased.