Pakistan

Would not disappoint Kashmiris in UNGA: vows PM Imran

MUZAFFARABAD: The Prime Minister Imran Khan said on Friday that he will act as the ambassador for Kashmir before the world and will not disappoint them, later this month during his address to the United Nations General Assembly.

A Kashmir solidarity rally was addressed by PM Imran Khan in Muzaffarabad today in order to send the world a message relating to the military curfew imposed in Indian occupied Kashmir.

The Prime Minister Imran Khan said that the issue of Kashmir is a humanitarian crisis. He added that even European Union and British parliament took up the issue of Kashmir.

PM Imran further criticized the Narendra Modi-led government in India and said that no matter how much violence is imposed by the Prime Minister of India, it will not yield any success in the occupied valley.

PM Imran added that people have been pushed by Modi towards extremism and peddling the agenda of RSS, which believes that only Hindus should reside in India.

The prime minister warned that “If India showed any aggression then will give a befitting response.”

He continued that people have gathered here for Kashmiris today and will present their plight in front of the world.

Earlier, the gathering was addressed by PM AJK Raja Farooq Haider and Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi.

The main objective of this gathering is to send a message to the world about the continuing siege of occupied Kashmir by Indian forces.

The gathering will also show the resolve of Pakistan to stand with Kashmiris.

The solidarity rally is the part of a diplomatic campaign to stir world conscience over the plight of Kashmiris suffering the worst kind of state-terrorism and violence in the history at the hands of Indian forces.

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