India's failed G-20 moot; parliamentarians termed it as question mark before world.

ISLAMABAD -- The Parliamentarians on Monday castigated the so-called global community for its silence on India's failed attempt to hold the G-20 moot in the disputed territory of Srinagar of the Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK) and termed it as a question mark on its botched conscience.

Talking to reporter outside the Parliament House, Member National Assembly (MNA) Romina Khurshid Alam of Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) said the foreign minister was leading the diplomacy on Kashmir Issue and all actions and policy decisions taken in this regard would be visible before the nation. As a parliamentarian, she believed that the country should let India strengthen its ambitions rather than expose its nefarious designs in the region before the world.

'We should strengthen our own policies and keep apprising the world from time to time on India's massive human rights violations and tyrannies unleashed on innocent Kashmiris,' Alam said.

She underlined that the country had reinforced its coalitions and should further boost its alliances in the region to support Kashmir Cause. 'The day is not far when the region would unite and the Kashmir issue would be resolved,' she added.

Federal Minister for Overseas and Human Resource Development, Sajid Hussain Turi said the foreign minister was already in Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) to express solidarity with the Kashmiri people.

'We support the Kashmiris' ideology and cause. Three countries have boycotted the G20 Summit in Srinagar which is a clear defeat of India,' he added.

He regretted that the country was not giving the proper message to India that the violence being unleashed on innocent Kashmiris and such unilateral decisions were not acceptable.

'India has failed due to the boycott of many members of the G20 which is a shame for India and the world has realized what India is doing in IIOJK,' he said.

Senator Bahramand Khan Tungi of Pakistan Peoples Party Parliamentarians (PPPP) said Narendra Modi did an abortive attempt to hold G20 Summit but the foreign minister's efforts on active diplomacy helped avert it as many major member countries abstained from registration for the moot.

The G20 summit failure in IIOJK would have a constructive role of the foreign minister and Modi would fail to play its role in the moot's conduct, he said.

MNA, Nawabazada Iftakhar Khan Babar of PPPP said many countries like China, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA), Egypt and...

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