ISLAMABAD: Terming New Delhi’s authorities a “dictatorial regime”, Overseas Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi slammed India for refusing permission to international journalists to go to Azad Jammu and Kashmir to cowl the meeting session.
Taking to Twitter, FM Qureshi mentioned, ”The denial of permission by India to five worldwide journalists to journey to Pakistan, wherein a go to to the Azad Kashmir Meeting was scheduled, is one other damning indication of shrinking area without spending a dime speech and unbiased journalism underneath a dictatorial regime.”
In the meantime, Data Minister Fawad Chaudhry additionally criticized India over the denial of permission to international media individuals to go to Azad Kashmir.
He maintained that the journalists have been purported to attend Azad Kashmir Meeting session on August 5. The minister urged India to permit journalists to go to Indian occupied Kashmir and report on the disputed territory.
“India has refused to permit 5 international journalists permission to go to Pak, they have been purported to attend fifth August session of Azad Kashmir Meeting, a lot of #FreedomofExpression we wish India to permit unbiased Journalists to go to IOK and allow them to report info,” he tweeted.
“The distinction is easy. We would like the world to see what is going on in Azad Kashmir and so they wish to conceal what is going on in indian occupied Kashmir,” mentioned Federal Minister for Planning, Growth and Particular Initiatives Asad Umar.
“The distinction between proper and flawed can’t get extra stark than this,” he added.