Condemning Indian atrocities in India-held Kashmir, the Foreign Office (FO) on Thursday alleged that India was trying to convert the region into a Muslim minority region.
"Indian forces are committing crimes against humanity which have resulted in the deaths of 15 innocent people in the past week," FO spokesperson Nafees Zakaria stated in the weekly briefing.
India is in grave violation of the United Nations Security Council Resolution on Jammu & Kashmir, UN Charter on Human Rights, said Zakaria.
Earlier this week, the Indian Deputy High Commissioner J.P. Singh was also summoned over ceasefire violations by India.
Zakaria, on Thursday, appreciated the arrival of the speaker of the South Korean National Assembly, Chung Sye-Kyun, who met the incumbent Foreign Minister Khawaja Asif and "expressed keen interest in Korean investments in Pakistan and deepening economic cooperation."
The spokesperson condemned Wednesday's bomb blast in Dir which led to four army personnel being martyred.