ISLAMABAD -- Minister for Railways Sheikh Rasheed Ahmed Monday expressed serious concern over the silence of international community on Indian brutalities in Kashmir valley says the Indian government was committing unprecedented brutalities in Kashmir but sadly the international community remains a silent spectator.
Talking to private news channel, he called for resolving the Kashmir dispute in lines with the UN Security Council's resolutions, and aspirations of the people of Kashmir.
He urged the international community to pressurize Modi government to bring an end to the sufferings of the Kashmiris.
He assured Kashmiris that the support of the nation to them would continue.
Sheikh Rasheed said, Modi sees Pakistan as the only obstacle in the way of India's hegemonic designs in the region, adding, it was the first time India government faces hard challenges.
He said Pakistan has the world's best armed forces and has ability to respond any aggression from the enemies.
He strongly condemned India for committing war crimes in Occupied Kashmir and paid tributes to Kashmiris for rendering massive sacrifices for their UN-mandated to win freedom from Indian occupation.
Minister said that any "miscalculation" on the part of New Delhi would elicit a "tit-for-tat" response from Pakistan.
The entire Kashmir valley is under clampdown and all modes of communications are still blocked, he explained.
Despite of all this, Pakistan is exercising patience...