Pakistan Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi has accused India of launching a "brutal crackdown" in Kashmir after terror groups suffered a major setback following killing of 13 terrorists in counter-insurgency operations.
In a statement, the NSA Office in Islamabad said Bisaria made a courtesy call on Janjua and the two discussed matters pertaining to improving the bilateral relations including the recent worsening situation in Jammu and Kashmir.
He said Kashmir is an internationally recognized dispute and its resolution lies in a plebiscite according to the UN Security Council resolutions, a radio report said.
Mr Abbasi said the government, the people and all political parties were united on the Kashmir issue and will continue to extend moral, political and diplomatic support to the Kashmiris.
Pakistan's former interior minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan on Wednesday expressed dismay at the meeting between the country's National Security Advisor, Lt General (retd) Nasser Khan Janjua and Indian High Commissioner to Islamabad, Ajay Bisaria, saying the holding of the meeting was "beyond comprehension" after the "ongoing Indian aggression in Kashmir".
The representatives of the Hurriyat Conference appreciated the stance of the government of Pakistan for highlighting the Human Rights Violations in the Indian Occupied Kashmir.
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The meeting, held at the Prime Minister's Office (PMO) in Islamabad, Pakistan, focused on the issue of cross-border terrorism and also at strengthening the ties between the two nations.
"Kashmiri people will come out victorious in their just struggle and their sacrifices will bear fruit as India has to bow its head before the worldwide laws one day", he said adding Kashmir dispute is also a 'challenge to the conscience of global community'.
He also asked the global community to urge India to allow access to fact finding missions of the United Nations to Kashmir.
The National Security Committee praised the extraordinary courage and resilience of Kashmiri people in the face of Indian brutalities, gross and systematicviolations of all their human rights.
The Prime Minister appreciated the efforts and sacrifices of Hurriyat Conference for continuously highlighting the human rights violations and putting a courageous resistance to the Indian atrocities. They stressed that diplomatic efforts needed to be enhanced to sensitize the global community.