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Friday, July 22, 2011

U.S. IMPROPER LOBBYING CASE: Fai’s arrest pains Pak.!


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ANITA JOSHUA / The Hindu / ISLAMABAD, July 22, 2011.

The Foreign Office on Thursday night issued a demarche to the U.S. Embassy here to register Islamabad's concerns over the slander campaign against Pakistan following the arrest of Kashmiri-American Council's (KAC) director Ghulam Nabi Fai by the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
Breaking its silence two days after his arrest, the Foreign Office also said the Pakistan Embassy in Washington had been asked to ascertain the details. In a late night statement, the Foreign Office recorded Pakistan's appreciation for the contributions made by the KAC and Dr. Fai for the cause of Jammu & Kashmir.
Stating that J&K is one of the oldest disputes on the agenda of the United Nations, the Foreign Office noted that upholding fundamental rights of Kashmiris is the fundamental responsibility of the international community and all conscientious people who value human rights and values.


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