He said it should be obvious' that the international community will be witnessing the 'genocide' of Kashmiris in occupied Kashmir'
Prime Minister Imran Khan on Thursday questioned whether the global community would have the "moral courage" to stop a possible genocide from taking place in Indian-occupied Kashmir, reports Dawn.
Taking to Twitter a day after Pakistan expelled the Indian ambassador in protest over New Delhi's move to revoke occupied Kashmir's special status, the premier said the entire world was waiting to see what treatment the Indian authorities will mete out to Kashmir’s once the crippling curfew imposed on them earlier this week is lifted.
"Does the BJP govt think by using greater military force against Kashmiris in Indian occupied India occupied Kashmir (IoK), it will stop the freedom movement?" the prime minister asked, before the answering the question himself: "Chances are it will gain momentum."
He said it should be "obvious" that the international community will be witnessing the "genocide" of Kashmiris in occupied Kashmir.
Closing his tweet with a question, Prime Minister Imran wrote: "Will we watch another appeasement of fascism, this time in the garb of [the] BJP govt, or will the [international] community have the moral courage to stop this from happening?"