Former Interior Minister and Chairman Institute of Research and Reforms (IRR) Senator Rehman Malik has strongly condemned Indian unprecedented atrocities in Indian Illegally Occupied Kashmir (IIOK) and has expressed solidarity withKashmiri brothers and sisters.

On Kashmir's Black Day, he said that today is the 814thdarkest day of Indian curfew and oppression and barbarism in Kashmir. He said that with the longest curfew in history, Indian Illegally Occupied Kashmir has become the largest prison in the world and Indian troops have turned it into Nazi camps but unfortunately the international community especially the United Nations and OIC have turned their eyes blind.

Rehman Malik said that we observe Kashmir Black Day every year on this day to expose Indian atrocities to the world but the apathy of the Muslim Ummah has made this day even darker for the people of Kashmir. He said that the Muslim Ummah could neither help the Kashmiris nor could support Pakistan but preferred to embrace India. He said that India is using ISIS not only against Pakistan but also in collaboration with RSS, it is carrying out genocide of Kashmiris. He questioned why the government of Pakistan was not going to the International Court of Justice (ICJ) against India despite the solid evidence of the worst human rights violations, genocide, and heinous crimes against humanity. He urged the government to file a suit against India in ICJ. He urged that let us pledge today that we will continue to give Kashmiris their right to self-determination.

While strongly reacting to the FATF's recent anti-Pakistan decision, Rehman Malik said that FATF is persistently and intentionally discriminating against Pakistan. He said that he had said long ago that FATF was discriminating against Pakistan and would continue to place Pakistan on the gray list. He said "I had predicted in 2018 that the value of the dollar would go up to Rs 180, so the government should take timely steps adding people ask him on what basis I had made such a clear and factual prediction”. He said that he wants to tell the nation that the IMF, World Bank, and FATF anti-Pakistan policies and our cowardice are the reason behind Pakistani rupees continuous devaluation. He said "unfortunately, we give the country's economic interests in the hands of those who want to poison our policies and bankrupt Pakistan. He said that he would soon inform the nation about the shocking facts behind the FATAF discrimination and would tell the nation about the conspiracies that despite the lofty claims of the government, we have not been able to get out of the FATF gray list so far. He said that he fears that dollar further go up to 190 and 200 adding that government must take necessary measures. He said that it seems government wants to eliminate the poor rather poverty.