Pakistans prime minister has promised to raise the problem of rights violations committed by India from the disputed area of Kashmir at the united nations next month since tens of thousands of protests throughout the nation expressing solidarity with the Kashmiris.
The whole world should have stood with Kashmir prime minister Imran Khan said in a rally of tens of thousands outside his office at the capital Islamabad on Friday. khan revealed his strong criticism of Indian counterpart Narendra Modi along with the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party BJP calling his government fascist and racist and likening the party into the nazis.
On August 5 India revoked a unique status quo into the Indian-administered Kashmir deploying tens of thousands of troops to quell unrest and imposing a communications blackout. both India and Pakistan claim Kashmir in full but manage portions of it.
The nuclear-armed South Asian neighbours have fought two of their three wars. khan repeated an earlier warning that the problem may escalate if India took some actions throughout the line of control which divides the Kashmiri land between India and Pakistan.
Our army is ready that if there is any kind of [attack] on Azad Kashmir [pakistans name for the region under its administration] then we are ready for them he explained. the Indian government says it accelerates Kashmir’s constitutional status to bring the area.
A day before Indian foreign ministry spokesman ravish Kumar disregarded Pakistan’s allegations repeating the government’s position that Kashmir was an internal matter.they are trying to create an alarming situation which is far removed from facts and grounds realities he told reporters in New Delhi during a media briefing.
khan said hed be raising the issue from the un general assembly in September. pakistani foreign minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi that has been holding phone calls is expected to attend an upcoming meeting of the UN’s human rights council to increase the situation.