He was also quoted as saying by Radio Pakistan.
In his letter to the high commissioner of the UN Human Rights Council, Aziz said Indian security forces were trampling the fundamental freedoms of the Kashmiri people with complete impunity.
"The current situation in Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir is in fact the result of the continued denial by India of the right to self-determination to the Kashmiri people through a free and fair plebiscite under the United Nations auspices that was assured by the United Nations in its multiple resolutions", he wrote.
The government and the people of Pakistan are with the Kashmiri people till their liberation from the Indian-rule, said Sharif. The government also announced that Pakistan would observe a black day over violence in Kashmir on July 19th.
Expressing "grave concern" over the killings of anti-India protesters in Indian occupied Kashmir, the United States has said that it is holding discussions with both India and Pakistan aimed at a peaceful resolution of the deteriorating situation there.
Pointing out that Pakistan continues to glorify terrorists belonging to proscribed terrorist organisations, Swarup said that this makes it amply clear as to where Pakistan's sympathies lie.
He hit out at Pakistan for raking up the Kashmir issue and said there is no room for any foreign interference from Pakistan or any other country in the internal affairs of India.
"The attempts in Pakistan by various players to ingratiate themselves to the people of J&K in the run up to the so called elections in territories under Pakistan s illegal occupation will not succeed", Swarup said.
Sharif and Pakistan's Foreign Ministry recently angered India by referring to Wani, a commander of the banned Hizbul Mujahideen, as a "Kashmiri leader" and describing his death as an "extrajudicial killing".
He said that Indian brutalities will give impetus to the freedom struggle and said the Indian soldiers deployed in Jammu and Kashmir could not suppress the struggle of Kashmiris. The prime minister directed the government departments to highlight the atrocities in Jammu and Kashmir at worldwide forums. It also condemned the terrorist attacks in Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Bangladesh, Indonesia and France and expressed grief over the loss of precious lives.
There is no work left for the Pakistan and it's institutions.
Abdul Rashid Mukhdoomi, printer and publisher of Kashmir valley's largest circulated daily, Greater Kashmir, said police raided his printing press at 2 a.m. and "took away all the newspapers that were printed and the printing was also stopped". The special sitting of the federal cabinet made a decision to convene a joint session of parliament to discuss the ongoing violence.