China shows concern regarding Kashmir violence
Beijing: Taking an edge over Kashmir unrest, China on Monday asked for appropriate settlement regarding the ongoing clashes among the security forces and few unruly groups in the Kashmir valley.
Showing its concern over the row, China’s foreign ministry spokesperson Lu Kang said that their nation is concerned about the sufferers in the violence-stricken valley, which sparked after the death of top militant Burhan Wani.
“Beijing hopes that relevant parties could resolve the issue through peaceful means,” Lu Kang added.
Since July 9, Kashmir is facing extreme violence, which led to the continuity of the curfew in the valley.
At least 40 people have lost their lives in a protest after the killing of Wani.
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