Pakistan has has strongly condemned the brutality and the blatant use of force by Indian security forces in Indian held Kashmir and has asked India to exercise restraint. Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi in a statement on Friday said that the indigenous movement in Indian occupied Kashmir (IoK) has gained a new momentum and urgency. The Kashmiris are unanimous in their demand for self-determination. This sentiment and its firm determination is being reflected in the peaceful protests of the youth, women and all segments of civil society. He said that the killing of the innocent Kashmiris, continued arrests and detention of the Kashmiri leaders are unacceptable. "Gross and systematic abuse of human rights and Indian repression in Kashmir must end. Pakistan calls upon the Government of India to exercise restraint", he said. Pakistan will continue to stand by the Kashmiris in their just cause. We urge the international community to take steps for safeguarding the human rights of Kashmiris, Qureshi said. Pakistan is committed to finding a just and peaceful resolution of the issue of Jammu and Kashmir in accordance with the relevant UN resolutions and wishes and aspirations of the Kashmiri people, he said. Pakistan has sought early and full resumption of the dialogue process with India. Pakistan wants a constructive, sustained and result-oriented dialogue with India on all issues including the Jammu and Kashmir dispute, he said.