ISLAMABAD: Calling the New Delhi government an “dictatorial government”, Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi has criticized India for refusing to allow foreign journalists to visit Azad Jammu and Kashmir to cover the Assembly session.
FM Qureshi said on Twitter, “India’s refusal to allow five international journalists to visit Pakistan, which included a visit to the Azad Kashmir Assembly, is another sign of lack of space for free speech and independent journalism.” There is a hint. An authoritarian government
Meanwhile, Information Minister Fawad Chaudhry also criticized India for refusing to allow foreign media persons to visit Azad Kashmir.
He said that journalists have to attend the session of Azad Kashmir Assembly on August 5
“India has refused to allow five foreign journalists to visit Pakistan. They were scheduled to attend the Azad Kashmir Assembly session on August 5. In #FreedomofExpression, we want India to allow independent journalists to visit the IOK,” he said. Let them do it and let them report the facts. Tweeted.
“The difference is simple. We want the world to see what is happening in Azad Kashmir and they want to cover up what is happening in Indian-occupied Kashmir.
“The difference between right and wrong cannot be clearer,” he added.