- Pakistani PM Imran Khan shocked by shooting death of several terrorists in Jammu and Kashmir
- Imran Khan has once again expressed his displeasure over Prime Minister Modi and Kashmir
- Imran Khan said that the United Nations should take action against India in the Kashmir issue
Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan, frustrated by the terrorist casualties in Jammu and Kashmir, has once again expressed his displeasure over Prime Minister Modi and Kashmir. Imran Khan said the promise made by the UN Security Council that a referendum would be held in Kashmir under UN supervision had not yet been fulfilled. The Pakistani Prime Minister has accused the pro-Hindu Modi government of shamelessly violating Security Council resolutions and trying to change the population in Kashmir.
Imran Khan tweeted that the Modi government was violating international humanitarian law and international agreements. The Modi government has committed war crimes in an attempt to change the status quo and change the population of Kashmir. The Pakistani Prime Minister has called on the international community, especially the United Nations, to prosecute India for war crimes in Kashmir. He said Pakistan was committed to the struggle for self-determination of the people of Kashmir.
Pakistan’s Foreign Minister had called on India
Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi said on Monday that Pakistan was ready to host the 19th SAARC Summit, but Imran Khan made the sad statement. He said that if the Indian leadership is not ready to come to Islamabad, this neighboring country (India) can join it in digital ways. By refusing to come to Islamabad for the summit, Qureshi accused India of neutralizing the “South Asian Organization for Regional Cooperation” by its ideology.
Qureshi, I invite you back to the 19th SAARC Summit. If India does not want to come to Islamabad, it can join digitally … but that should not prevent other countries from participating. SAARC is a regional organization of Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. It has not been very effective since 2016 and its summit has not been held since 2014 (Kathmandu). Qureshi’s comments on the SAARC summit came a month after Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan promised to hold a meeting following the lifting of a moratorium on the summit.
No progress in relations with India in 2021: Qureshi
Qureshi had accused Pakistan of dominating “Hindu ideology” in India, saying that there would be no change in Pakistan’s relations with India in 2021, undermining the chances of good relations between the two countries. “Unfortunately, in 2021 there will be no progress in relations with India. In our view, regional cooperation has been affected by the aggressive Hindutva behavior in recent years. He said Pakistan wanted peaceful relations with all its neighbors, including India, but it was India’s responsibility to improve relations. Qureshi said peace with India was not possible without resolving the Kashmir issue.
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