Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that Pakistan will never accept the Indian efforts to annex the state of Kashmir. Giving a policy statement in the joint session of the parliament in Islamabad on Tuesday (August 6), he said the revocation of articles 370 and 35A by Indian government will further intensify the freedom struggle of Kashmiris.
Imran Khan said the Indian step of revocation of Kashmir’s special status contravenes all relevant UN resolutions, Indian courts’ decisions and the public opinion. He expressed fear that India will now do ethnic cleansing of Kashmiris in order to change the demography of the occupied territory.
Imran Khan said the current BJP government in India is a follower of RSS that believes in racist ideology against all the minorities in that country. He said the father of nation Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah had recognized this much earlier and supported the two-nation theory to give the Muslims of India a separate homeland that is free from bigotry and racism.
The Prime Minister warned that if the two nuclear armed neighbors fail to resolve their issues, including Kashmir, a Pulwama like trigger could drag them into a war which would not remain limited to conventional conflict. The Prime Minister said the attitude of Indian government after elections in their country revealed that they were not serious in holding dialogue and resolving the bilateral issues peacefully.
Prime Minister Imran Khan on Tuesday (August 6) also constituted a seven-member committee on a recent situation of occupied Kashmir. According to a press release by the Prime Minister office, the committee will set legal, political and diplomatic recommendations.
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18 September, 2019