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India should accept defeat before struggle of Kashmiris, says Nawaz

bloodshed in IHK

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif Wednesday said that India has two choices on Kashmir, either keep on with its aggression that has left over 45 people dead over the past 11 days or to give people of the in the disputed Himalayan valley their due rights which it had promised in the UN.

In a message In a message on Black Day to protest against the atrocities of security forces in Indian occupied Kashmir (IoK) Nawaz said that Pakistan stands with Kashmiris in every hour of trial adding that this relation is based not only on religion, civilization and humanity but also on blood.

“We will never leave Kashmiris alone and their case will be fought at all the diplomatic, political and human rights fora,” he reiterated.

He added that Pakistan cannot keep itself aloof if such recurrent inhuman treatment was meted out to the Kashmiris in IOK noting that the entire nation is expressing solidarity with the Kashmiri people.

He said the current freedom wave in Kashmir will not subside and that when nations rise in such a way, nothing can stop them in their path towards freedom. “India has no other option but to accept its defeat before the heroic struggle,” he said.

Pakistan sensitizes world for solution of Kashmir issue

Advisor on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz on Wednesday said Pakistan is sensitizing the world community about the need for solution of the Kashmir dispute to prevent human rights violations in Occupied Kashmir.

Addressing a function held in connection with Black Day, he said Pakistan is also trying to mobilizing the public opinion in different countries to get support for right of self-determination of Kashmiri people.

Sartaj Aziz said Government has initiated a multi-pronged approach to highlight the Kashmir issue and human rights violations in IOK. The Advisor said he has addressed letters to heads of important organs of UN and OIC urging them to bring Indian atrocities against Kashmiris to the notice of human rights organizations and protest against them.

He regretted that India has been evading to take up seriously the issue of Jammu and Kashmir under the composite dialogue equating it with terrorism. He said the whole world knows now that it is not an issue of terrorism but the question of right of self-determination for Kashmiri people.

Sartaj Aziz acknowledged that there was a wide gap between Pakistan’s demand for serious negotiations on Kashmir and Indian obstinacy and refusal to discuss it meaningfully. DNA



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