The country's statement was criticised by spokesperson for the Ministry of External Affairs Vikas Swarup as well.
India attacked its neighbour saying the comments prove its "attachment to terrorism". "They reflect Pakistan's continued attachment to terrorism and its usage as an instrument of State policy", an Indian foreign ministry statement said.
In a statement, Sharif also voiced "concern and deep sorrow" over the killing of Wani on Friday by security forces.
He further said that oppressive measures can not deter the valiant people of Jammu and Kashmir who are exercising their right to self determination, as per the UN Security Council resolutions.
The violence that has erupted after his death is the worst seen for years in the restive region, claimed in its entirety by both India and Pakistan.
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Reports say that over 1,000 people including civilians and security personnel have been injured in the clashes. Saeed also welcomed the statements from Sharif and said the Pakistan government should raise the issue at an worldwide level soon, as the "movement" has gained momentum.
Police said 30 people had now died in the violence, majority protesters killed by gunshot wounds as government forces fired live ammunition and tear gas to try to enforce a curfew imposed across the Kashmir Valley.
21-year-old Burhan, who shot to fame after his videos asking youth in Kashmir to join militancy appeared on social media, was cornered in Bumdoora village of Kokernag Friday morning by a joint team of police and Army.
Condemning the brutalities of Indian forces, Pakistan Foreign Office Spokesman Nafees Zakaria said that Kashmiris were struggling for their right to self-determination through a peaceful and indigenous freedom movement.
Confrontations and pitched battles between protesters and Indian armed forces have continued in Indian-administered Kashmir, despite a round-the-clock curfew imposed by authorities.
Pakistan also criticised India for detaining top Kashmir separatist leaders, calling upon New Delhi to fulfil its "human rights obligations as well as its commitments under the United Nations Security Council Resolutions".
SRINAGAR, India (AP) - Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has called an emergency meeting to discuss Kashmir's escalating violence amid anti-India protests that have left at least 28 people dead in clashes with authorities. "I don't think Pakistan has any right to talk about India and Kashmir", Bhat told ANI.