According to a report in "Dawn", Sartaj Aziz told Pakistan's National Assembly that Islamabad would continue to extend political, diplomatic and moral support to the Kashmiri cause on worldwide and bilateral forums. He also condemned martyrdom of Pakistani soldiers in Indian firing on the Line of Control.
Aziz told lawmakers in the National Assembly that Pakistan would continue extending political, diplomatic and moral support to the Kashmiri cause on global and bilateral fora.
Meanwhile, Pakistan's air force chief has warned India against escalating the Kashmir issue into 'full-scale war'.
Counter attacks come hours after army vowed "heavy retribution" for death and mutilation of soldiers; two BSF jawans injured in cross-LoC firing in Keran.More news: Virat Kohli demands India fielding improvement in second Test against England
An Indian farmer loads harvested rice crop for transportation near the India-Pakistan global border in Ranbir Singh Pura, about 25 kilometers from Jammu, India, Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2016. In his remarks, Johnson alleged that the "mutual sequestration" of the India-Pakistan economies was holding back the region from becoming a "boom zone".
Last week, the Pakistani army claimed to have shot down a small Indian drone in Kashmir, a day after the navy said it had intercepted Indian submarines entering the country's territorial waters in the Arabian Sea. He said any dialogue with India would be conditional on talks on Kashmir.
Also on Wednesday, Indian troops shelled civilian populations nearly all along the LoC in Azad Jammu and Kashmir after a daylong lull and hit a passenger bus, leaving 10 civilians dead and 21 others injured.
He said over one hundred and fifty people have so far been martyred by Indian troops in occupied Kashmir. The conflict has killed tens of thousands of people. The crackdown, however, has failed to halt the protests. He said Pakistan has never targeted civilians but the Indian sides is deliberately targeting them to escalate the situation.