London: State-sanctioned brutality of Indian forces and continuous human rights violations in Indian Occupied Kashmir are still on rise.
Addressing a news conference in London on Tuesday, Foreign Minister, Shah Mahmood Qureshisaid that occupied territory was open to all to witness lives of people there.
“Anyone can come and talk to people and inquire about their issues. But this liberty is not allowed in occupied Kashmir,” he said.
On a querry, he said that National Accountability Bureau (NAB) was an independent institution and government could not influence it.
Anti-corruption watchdog is taking actions as per law and Pakistan’s Constitution, he added.
NAB cases against paksitan Peoples Party leader, Asif Ali Zardari were set up by previous government.
Earlier in the day, addressing representatives of Pakistani business community, he invited Pakistani community to benefit from pro-investment policies of Pakistan government and invest in country.
Government has introduced a new visa regime for investors and is also promoting tourism sector on priority basis, he informed.
Representatives of Pakistani business community congratulated foreign minister for pursuing a dynamic and proactive foreign policy and assured their possible cooperation to make economic diplomacy a success.