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This time India will get something else instead of tea, warns Fawad

This time India will get something else instead of tea, warns Fawad
February 4, 2020
ISLAMABAD (92 News) – Giving warning to India, Minister for Science and Technology Fawad Chaudry said that this time India will get something else instead of tea. Speaking to the floor of the National Assembly (NA) during the debate on the prevailing situation in Indian Occupied Kashmir (IoK), the minister said that the desire for peace should not be considered a weakness. “Unfortunately, the world’s biggest democracy is occupied by the extremists,” he added. Referring to the war hysteria created by the Indian leadership, Fawad Chaudhry said our nation is fully prepared to respond to any aggression. He said the Indian side should not forget the lesson taught by our air force to their force in the broad daylight last year. “Modi sent his planes in the darkness of the night but we replied in the day light,” Fawad Chaudhry elaborated. He further said that for Kashmir cause, the government and opposition is on the same page. “We don't only stand with the people of Kashmir, we also have solidarity with the Muslims of India. Today, the Indian government has proved Quiad-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah’s point of view,” he maintained. He had foreseen at the time what a country with a Hindu majority will look like,” the minister said.
Kashmir is jugular vein of Pakistan
Participating in the debate, Sardar Nasrullah Khan Dreshek said Kashmir is jugular vein of Pakistan. He said time warrants unity in our ranks to effectively and forcefully raise the plight of Kashmiri people at international level.
Nation united on issue of Kashmir
Mufti Abdul Shakoor regretted the silence of international human rights organizations on the situation in IoK. He said the blatant human rights violations there are not tolerable to us. He said the entire nation is united on the issue of Kashmir.
World accepted Pakistan’s stance on Kashmir issue
Minister for Human Rights Shireen Mazari said it is the first time that the world has accepted Pakistan’s stance on Kashmir issue due to effective diplomacy of Prime Minister Imran Khan.
PM has exposes Nazi inspired ideology of RSS
She said the prime minister has exposed the Nazi inspired ideology of RSS. She said it is also our success that the UN Security Council has held discussions on the lingering dispute and the EU parliament prepared a draft resolution condemning in categorical terms the blatant human rights violations in occupied Kashmir. Deploring the atrocities unleashed by Indian forces in IoK, Shireen Mizari said the occupation forces are using rape as a weapon of war against the Kashmiri women. She said the UN needs to fulfill its obligations towards the resolution of Kashmir dispute. She said if the world body can resolve the East Timor issue then why cannot Kashmir?
Sacrifices of Kashmiri people will not go in vain
Ali Gohar said the sacrifices of Kashmiri people will not go in vain and they will see the dawn of independence one day.  Referring to the love of Kashmiri people for Pakistan, he said the Kashmiri people martyred by Indian forces are buried wrapped in Pakistani flags. Shahnaz Baloch called for accelerating efforts to pressurize India to stop its human rights violations in occupied Kashmir.
Nothing good could be expected from Modi
Abdul Qadir Patel said nothing good could be expected from Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi as he is the same person who carried out massacre of Muslims in Gujarat. He said Modi’s politics is based on hatred and he is the enemy of Muslims. Muslim countries to support Pakistan for resolution of Kashmir issue Minister for Aviation Ghulam Sarwar Khan said the Muslim countries need to support Pakistan for the resolution of Kashmir dispute. Speaker National Assembly Asad Qaiser said the lower house has effectively raised the plight of oppressed Kashmiri people at different forums abroad. He said Kashmir dispute is an important point of our parliamentary diplomacy. A Kashmiri delegation also witnessed proceedings of the house.