WASHINGTON: Senator Mushahid Hussain Syed and Member National Assembly (MNA) Dr Shazra Mansab, Special envoys of the Prime Minister met US President Barack Obama’s Advisor Peter Levoy on Friday and briefed him about Indian atrocities in Kashmir.

Pakistani envoys also gave video evidence of the Indian atrocities in Kashmir and told about the violations of human rights. Mushahid also said that hundreds of innocent Kashmiri children, women and men became victim of Indian barbarism and many more have lost eye sight due to pellet guns. 

The envoy also made it clear that India was trying to divert attention from Kashmir issue, hence blamed Pakistan for Uri attack. They also demanded Kashmir issue to be solved according to UN charter.

The Special Envoys apprised Peter Lavoy about the grave situation of human rights in Kashmir, the deteriorating security situation in South Asia due to India's aggressive posture. They drew attention to hundreds of Kashmiri men, women and children who have been killed over the past two months; more than 150 civilians had been blinded by the use of lethal pellet guns; and more than 12,000 men, women and children were seriously injured because of the indiscriminate firing by oppressive Indian forces.

The Special Envoys emphasized that turning of a blind eye by the international community particularly the U.S. on India's jingoistic and hegemonistic policies in the region risked great danger. They stressed that Jammu and Kashmir was the core issue and without its resolution there could never be a lasting peace in the region.

Senator Mushahid Hussain and Dr. Shezra Mansab Ali emphasized that the United States should respond to the present situation in IHK in line with its rich political & ideological ethos and respect for human rights and national freedoms.  They further demanded implementation of UNSC resolutions on Kashmir that called for a right to free and fair plebiscite to ascertain will of the Kashmiris on the pattern of East Timor.

The Envoys categorically rejected Indian allegations against Pakistan of supporting terrorism and highlighted that it was not humanly possible to breach the fence that India had erected throughout the Line of Control.

The U.S. recognized the importance of the resolution of Kashmir issue and urged on both India and Pakistan to resolve their differences through dialogue. It also expressed concern on the human rights situation in Indian Held Kashmir.