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Kashmir is issue of whole Islamic world: Rasheed

Kashmir is issue of whole Islamic world: Rasheed
September 1, 2019
NANKANA SAHIB (92 News) – Federal Minister for Railways Sheikh Rasheed has said that Kashmir is the issue of whole Islamic world and India wants to make Muslims as second class citizen. Addressing a ceremony in Nankana Sahib, the minister said that India does not want peace in Kabul. “India has left no room for dialogue between the two countries after stripping Kashmir of its autonomy and abrogating articles 370 and 35A of its Constitution. “We do not want war but Modi is a terrorist,” Sheikh Rasheed said. He warned India of any misadventure in the region and said: “If anyone dares to attack Pakistan, then it will be our last war.” The federal minister said the nation stands firmly united with its armed forces in any of situation. Commenting on the peace in Afghanistan, Rasheed said India does not want to see peaceful Afghanistan. He hoped that Kashmir conflict will be resolved in the leadership of Prime Minister Imran Khan. “Prime Minister Imran Khan has raised occupied Kashmir issue effectively”, he added. He also compared the ideologies of Baba Guru Nanak – the founder of Sikhism – and Modi-led Hindu nationalist Indian government that has been committing gross violations of human rights in occupied Kashmir. “Baba Guru Nanak preached peace and we follow it, but India has been oppressing Kashmiris,” he said. Rasheed recalled that Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi had said, in front of US President Donald Trump, that before the partition of subcontinent in 1947, Pakistan and India were united. Importantly, the minister announced to change the name of Nankana Railway Station to Baba Guru Nanak Railway Station. A day earlier, Sheikh Rasheed has declared that Prime Minister Imran Khan will not give the National Reconciliation Ordinance (NRO) to anyone. He said that PPP co-chairman Asif Zardari’s well-wishers were ready to give something. “The people of Nawaz Sharif should opt for the same course,” he said. The minister said that they might get the last five overs after striking a deal. He also predicted a rift in the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz, saying the PML-N II is in the making in the centre. “Shehbaz Sharif belongs to my party,” he said.