Pakistan on Tuesday urged the United States to pressure India over Kashmir, saying recent unrest showed that New Delhi and not Islamabad was to blame for trouble in the Himalayan territory. On a visit to New York for a UN session on Pakistans devastating floods, Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi insisted his government wanted peace with India but tore into its rule of Kashmir which he called oppression. The occupation cannot continue. The rights of the Kashmiri people cannot continue to be denied, Qureshi said at the Council on Foreign Relations, a think-tank. We call upon the United States particularly, which is pressing so responsibly for peace in the Middle East, to also invest its political capital in trying to help seek an accommodation on Kashmir, he said.