PM Imran pledges not to disappoint Kashmiris in UNGA

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


PM Imran Khan addressed a Kashmir solidarity rally in Muzaffarabad today to send the world a message regarding the military curfew imposed in Indian occupied Kashmir.

The prime minister said that the Kashmir issue is a humanitarian crisis. He said that even European Union and British parliament took up the issue of Kashmir.

Criticising the Narendra Modi-led government in India, PM Imran said that no matter how much violence is inflicted by the Indian prime minister it will not yield any success in the occupied valley.

PM Imran said that Modi is pushing people towards extremism and peddling the agenda of RSS, which believes that only Hindus should reside in India.

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

He said that today people have gathered here for Kashmiris and will present their plight before the world.

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

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


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