It also has been a center of regular anti-India protests after Friday prayers.
The foreign minister said he conveyed Pakistan's concerns that after the amendments to Kashmir's status and after curfew restrictions are removed, a new reign of oppression and barbarism may be enforced with which not only will further human rights violations occur but there is fear it will lead to further bloodshed.
This was the second word of caution for India and Pakistan to show restraint in a week.
Kashmir is India's only Muslim-majority state and most people there oppose Indian rule.
A border known as a Line of Control (LOC) divides the portions of Kashmir controlled by India and Pakistan.
The supporters of the Jamaat-e-Islami party vowed to protest in front of the embassy.
Reports on Thursday said up to 70 "suspected terrorists" were transferred from the Kashmiri capital, Srinagar, to the city of Agra by the air force, an unprecedented move for people not even officially charged.
Members of the group have clashed with police during previous rallies in Islamabad.
Railways Minister Sheikh Rashid Ahmad made the announcement Friday at a news conference. The Thar Express runs between the port city of Karachi and India's town of Munabao.
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The South American nation has one of the highest inflation in the world and there are serious shortages on medicine and food. The only exceptions allowed under the order include official federal government business and humanitarian aid.
"No Indian film will be screened in any Pakistani cinema".
Authorities say an estimated 20,000 people left their homes in the past week when Indian artillery spread panic in the Neelum Valley. Pakistan said cluster munitions were fired in violation of worldwide treaties and humanitarian law.
While people were allowed to offer prayers in their local mosques, PTI reported that there would be no Friday congregation at Srinagar's historic Jama Masjid, where thousands of Muslims pray every week.
Indian authorities have detained at least 300 politicians and separatists to quell protests in India-run Kashmir over the withdrawal of its special status, a police officer, local leaders and media said. All communications and the internet have been cut off.
Indian premier Narendra Modi said in an address to the nation last night he stripped Kashmir of its statehood to free the region of "terrorism and separatism".
Meanwhile, Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi said Islamabad was "looking at political, diplomatic, and legal options" to counter India's move.
India's Hindu-nationalist government on Monday revoked Article 370 of India's constitution, limiting the region's decision-making powers and eliminating its right to its own constitution.
India's decision to revoke Kashmir's limited autonomy has triggered protests in the region. The Himalayan region is claimed in full by both Pakistan and India and divided between them.
India's External Affairs Ministry spokesman Raveesh Kumar asked Pakistan on Friday to reconsider its decision, but he also said it should accept the reality and "stop interfering in internal affairs of other countries".