Uri attack can be a reaction to Indian cruelties, says PM Nawaz Sharif
LONDON (92 News) – Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has said that the Uri attack can be a reaction to Indian cruelties in Occupied Kashmir.
Talking to the media at Luton Airport on Friday, he said that the allegations against Pakistan over the Uri attack are condemnable.
He said that India was committing atrocities against Kashmiris. “The world also witnessed the cruelty. Indian forces martyred 108 people while 150 people lost their eyesight,” he said.
The prime minister said that it was not appropriate to blame Pakistan. “A reasonable mind cannot accept it. India should look at its role before leveling the allegations,” he said.
Nawaz Sharif said that they were preparing for the SAARC and hoped that all the members would participate in it.
He said that it not a time to pay attention to the PTI sit-in. “It’s time to do work.”
The prime minister asked the PML-N workers not to create a hurdle in the PTI dharana. “CM Shahbaz Sharif has issued a statement, asking the workers to be peaceful,” he added.
However, he did not reply to a question about extension in the tenure of the COAS.