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Prime Minister Imran Khan vows to go to any extent for freedom of Kashmiris

Prime Minister Imran Khan vows to go to any extent for freedom of Kashmiris
August 26, 2019
ISLAMABAD (92 News) – Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that Pakistan will go to any extent for the freedom of Kashmiris whether anyone supports or not. Addressing the nation on Monday, he said that the people should not disappoint as those opposing Pakistan will stand with it in future. The prime minister said that Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi had made a mistake, which gave the Kashmiris an opportunity to get freedom. “Modi made the mistake due to his arrogance and it will bring destruction for him. We had information that India wanted to attack Azad Jammu and Kashmir. The Pak Army is fully ready. The nuclear war will affect the world. The international forces will have to stop the war,” he said. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1g48FK_N0Xs The prime minister said that the government highlighted the Kashmir issue at the international level. “Demonstrations were staged to express solidarity with the Kashmiris,” he said. He also announced to observe a day to express solidarity with Kashmiris. “The nation will express solidarity with Kashmiris by standing for a half an hour from 12 noon to 12:30 pm on Friday.” He said that he had offered dialogues on the Kashmir issue after assuming the power. “But India had been looking for lame excuses. Pakistan was also accused of the Pulwama incident. An attempt was also made to get Pakistan blacklisted from the FATF,” he maintained. PM Imran Khan said that Islam gave protection to minorities. “The RSS ideology is ruling India today. The same ideology had committed the massacre of the Muslims in Gujarat and demolished the Babari Mosque,” he said. “Modi had also been a member of RSS whose believe in the ideology of Aldof Hitler. For this reason, cruelties are being meted out to minorities. The idea of secularism ended on August 5.” He said that Pakistan was weakened economically. “Problems of both countries are alike,” he added. Earlier addressing a ceremony at Ghulam Ishaq Khan Institute on Monday, he said that he would contest the case of Kashmiris at each forum. “I have given the status of an ambassador of Kashmir to myself.” The prime minister said that the Quaid-e-Azam had apprehended the ideology of the Hindus on time. “The same would have been happening in Pakistan whatever is happening in Occupied Kashmir today,” he said.