Pakistan Rejects Indian Plan To Hold G20 Meet In IIOJK.

ISLAMABAD -- Pakistan says it completely rejects any possible plan by the Indian government to hold some G20-related meeting in the Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK).

Spokesman of the Foreign Ministry Asim Iftikhar in response to media queries, said he has seen news items appearing in the Indian media indicating that the Government of India might be contemplating to hold some G20-related meeting/event in the IIOJK.

The spokesman said contemplating the holding of any G20 related event in IIOJK, in utter disregard of the globally acknowledged 'disputed' status of the territory, is a travesty that the international community cannot accept under any circumstances.

'It is expected that in case of any such controversial proposal from India, which would be designed to seek international legitimacy for an illegal and tyrannical occupation continuing for over 7 decades, the G20 members will be fully cognizant of the imperatives of law and justice and would reject it out-right', Asim Iftikhar said.

'As is well-known, Jammu and Kashmir is an internationally recognized 'disputed' territory between Pakistan and India. The territory has been under forcible and illegal occupation of India since 1947 and this dispute has remained on the agenda of the United Nations Security Council for over seven decades', the spokesman said.

The spokesman made it clear that India is responsible for widespread atrocities and egregious human rights violations in IIOJK.

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