A group of Turkish journalists visited ISPR office in Rawalpindi, Inter-Services Public Relations disclosed on Monday.
As per ISPR, the delegation was explained about Pakistan-India February 27 standoff and circumstance along Line of Control (LOC).
“The group was likewise briefed about working limit and human rights infringement in under attack Indian Occupied Kashmir (IOK), said a public statement.
The public statement further expresses that the delegation will visit Muzaffarabad tomorrow (Tuesday) and Chokthi on Wednesday to collaborate with local people and regular citizen casualties of Indian ceasefire infringement.
It must be noticed that the curfew and communication outage proceeded crosswise over Indian occupied Kashmir (IOK) on the 43rd back to back day on Monday.
The valley is under proceeded with military attack since August 5 when Narendra Modi-drove Indian government canceled the uncommon status of occupied Kashmir and forced strict clampdown in the area. Many Indian soldiers have kept many Kashmiris restricted to their homes during all these days, Kashmir Media Service revealed.
Educational institutes, shops, markets and business foundations keep on staying deterred while public transport is off on the streets over the Kashmir valley. Communication services like mobile, web and TV channels are shut in the whole Kashmir valley and in certain pieces of Jammu region.