Pakistan’s Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi on Monday encouraged the parliamentarians of Azad Jammu and Kashmir legislative assembly to maintain unity for the sake of Kashmir cause. Abbasi said that the whole nation is united when it comes to Kashmir policy.
While speaking in the AJK legislative assembly, he said that “we have to help our Kashmiri brethren by remaining united. With all our political differences aside, there is no second opinion in Pakistan on Kashmir dispute. From civilian to army government, there has been no difference in our Kashmir policy.”
Abbasi added that government can make mistakes but the nation must remain united on Kashmir issue, he said that he has never seen his leader Nawaz Sharif compromising on Kashmir issue.
“Opposition always have reservations with government and indeed government can commit mistakes but there should always be unity on Kashmir issue. Nawaz Sharif is my leader, I have not seen him compromising on it,” PM Abbasi said. “All political leaders are united on Kashmir issue and there should be no suspicion on it.”
Modi government have attempted all measures yet they know they cannot complete the opportunity battle in light of the fact that each Kashmiri youngster is taking ahead the Kashmir cause.
“Modi government have tried all measures but they know they cant finish the freedom struggle because every Kashmiri child is taking ahead the cause,” he said. “We know the pain of our brethren who are fighting against the occupiers from last 70 years.”
Abbasi said that Pakistan is committed for peaceful resolution of Kashmir dispute, including that the colossal Kashmiri diaspora everywhere throughout the world have the energy to battle for their rights yet needs a leader, which can be just given by the parliamentarians by staying joined together.
PM Abbasi said that there has been no interference by the national government in the previous state assembly election of Kashmir
He said that the Azad Kashmir government ought to remain center around giving better government and raising the Kashmir cause on international forums.