PM meets Hurriyat leaders, says Indian barbarism unacceptable
September 16, 2016
MUZAFFARABAD (92 News) – Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has said that Indian barbarism and cruelty in Occupied Kashmir is unacceptable.
He was talking to a delegation of the Hurriyat Conference leaders on Friday.
He said that the Kashmir issue would be fully highlighted at United Nations General Assembly session. “I will also take up the issue of Kashmir during his bilateral meetings with different world leaders.”
The prime minister also assured that Pakistan would continue its moral, diplomatic and political support for right of self-determination of Kashmiri people.
He said the international community too has accepted the right of self-determination of Kashmiris.
The prime minister urged the United Nations to fulfil its pledge to Kashmiri people for their right to self-determination as per resolutions of the UN body.
He said Pakistan would raise Kashmir issue at every global forum.
The prime minister regretted that brutalities against people of Occupied Kashmir have reached to the extreme. He said Kashmiris are demanding nothing but justice and right of self-determination.
He said history bears testimony to the fact that such movements cannot be suppressed through use of force. He expressed the confidence that the movement of Kashmiris would succeed.
Hurriyat leaders thanked the prime minister for taking them into confidence before embarking upon his US visit.
AJK President Masood Khan and Prime Minister Sardar Farooq Haider were also present.
Minister for Information and Broadcasting Senator Pervaiz Rashid, Minister for Kashmir Affairs Ch. Barjees Tahir and Special Assistants to Prime Minister Syed Tariq Fatemi and Dr. Asif Kirmani accompanied the prime minister.
Meanwhile, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif will leave for America tonight where he will address the United Nations General Assembly and highlight the Kashmir issue.
He will also talk about Pakistan’s efforts in the war against terrorism.
The prime minister will also meet the US President Barack Obama and other state heads.