MULTAN Raising serious concern over the killings of innocent and unarmed citizens by Indian army in held Kashmir, Pakistan on Thursday expressed solidarity with the oppressed Kashmiris, saying the diplomatic and moral support to them would be upheld like past. President Asif Ali Zardari has strongly condemned the killing and arrest spree in Indian Kashmir. Our government is highly concerned on the killings of innocent citizens, Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi told the journalists here during a joint news conference along with US Special Envoy for Pakistan and Afghanistan Richard Holbrook-e and Australian Minister for Foreign Affairs Kevin Rudd. A question asked by a journalist from Mr Holbrooke on violation of human rights by India in Kashmir prompted Shah Mahmood to give Pakistans stance on Kashmir situation as the American envoy refused to answer the query, saying he was not here to talk about other parts of world. Shah Mahmood further said that the situation was fast deteriorating in Kashmir and the issue should be addressed urgently. Weve asked Indian government that eventually they will have to listen to the Kashmiris. It is a historic fact that they cannot crush this movement through armed actions, he maintained. He said even Indian parliamentarians declared it a political movement and raised voice in the parliament against violence. He suggested to all the stakeholders to find out a peaceful solution of Kashmir issue. Referring to ruling PPPs viewpoint, he said that it was quite clear. We want friendship and peace but we cannot deviate from our principle stand on Kashmir.