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Don’t want war, but if India imposes, then will give befitting response: President

Don’t want war, but if India imposes, then will give befitting response: President
August 23, 2019

ISLAMABAD (92 News) – President Dr Arif Alvi said that Pakistan does not want war, however, if India imposes, then it will give a befitting response. In an interview with private TV channel, the president said that Indian Modi’s government was impressed by Hitlar’s mindset and Indian nuclear use threat is very dangerous and could have serious repercussions. Dr Arif Alvi said both India and Pakistan are nuclear powers and the world should take notice of the irresponsible statement of the Indian defence minister. “Pakistan does not want war, if Indian impose, then will befitting response, which would have dangerous effects in the region,” he added. President Alvi said India had no right to change the status of Kashmir, and New Delhi had violated all the UN resolutions related to the Kashmir dispute. Arif Alvi said the Indian government never accepted the UN Security Council resolutions on Kashmir and always perpetrated heinous crimes in the held valley by killing thousands of innocent Kashmiris. The president said the people of Kashmir reserve the right to decide about their future and India must immediately stop oppression and state terrorism in the Indian occupied Kashmir. It is pertinent to mention here that tensions between India and Pakistan escalated after India abolished Article 370 of the constitution which granted special status to the Indian Occupied Kashmir on August 5. In Indian Occupied Kashmir (IoK), people while defying curfew and lockdown imposed by the occupation authorities will conduct a march towards the UN office at Sonawar in Srinagar after Friday prayers, today, against India’s anti-Kashmir moves and its illegal occupation of IoK. According to the KMS, call for the march has been given by the Resistance leaders through posters appearing in Srinagar and other parts of the valley. The leaders have urged every young, old, men and women to join the march to convey to India and the world that the Kashmiris would not accept Indian occupation over their territory and Hindu culture. The march is also aimed at resisting the Indian attempt to change the demography of Kashmir through settlement of the outsiders in the territory. The clerics will raise the issue during their Friday sermons.