Pakistan hosts first Kashmir cell session

Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi presided over the first session of the Kashmir cell on Tuesday.

The last situation of the humanitarian crisis in Kashmir was discussed during the session.

At the August 17 meeting of the Special Committee of Prime Minister Imran Khan on Kashmir, the Foreign Minister announced the establishment of a Kashmir cell within the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, as well as Pakistan's embassies in Pakistan. Main countries

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The seven-member committee was formed following the instructions of the Prime Minister on August 6, after India repealed Article 370 of its constitution, thus nullifying the special status granted to Kashmir as an autonomous state.

At its first meeting on Tuesday, the cell discussed the situation in Indian Kashmir and its progress.

The concerns of Kashmir leaders were also discussed during the session.

India's statements about Kashmir continue to change, Qureshi said at the meeting. He said that Pakistan's position and vision were clear.

"We will continue fighting for Kashmir," he said.

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A curfew has been imposed in Kashmir since India revoked its status. It has been a month since the valley is separated from the rest of the world.

People face a serious shortage of basic needs, including baby food and life-saving medicines.

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