ISPR – Indian army must act and behave professionally


Director-General Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) Major General Asif Ghafoor on Monday urged Indian Army to respect ethics of professional soldiering.

Taking to Twitter, the Pakistan Army spokesperson condemned Indian Occupying Forces for opening fire on civilians protesting against recent killing spree in the disputed valley’s Pulwana region.

Ghafoor termed the violence as “state-sponsored terrorism” on innocent Kashmiris. He also condemned “unethical targeting of the civilian population across the Line of Control (LOC).

He urged the Indian Army to respect ethics of professional soldiering.

The recent wave of violence in IoK drew strong condemnation from the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation. The OIC General Secretariat termed direct shooting at civilians a “wicked terrorist act”.

Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi tugged at world conscious over the unabated massacre of innocent Kashmiris in the occupied territory. “The world cannot remain so apathetic and detached regarding the Indian atrocities,” said Qureshi in a press conference on Sunday.

“The Indian soldiers have a free hand to commit mass murder. First they used to resort to aerial firing to disperse protesters, but now they are shooting straight.”

He highlighted over 500 casualties in 2018 alone. “In November, 18 unarmed Kashmiris were killed,” he added.