- PM’s aide on nationwide safety, Moeed Yusuf, points message on Kashmir Solidarity Day
- Says it was an honour to witness lawmakers’ “emotions and steadfastness” in Azad Jammu and Kashmir Meeting
- Phrases India’s actions “the clearest stumbling block to peace in South Asia”
ISLAMABAD: India can not break the Kashmiri folks’s resolve anyplace on this planet, Prime Minister Imran Khan’s aide on nationwide safety, Moeed Yusuf, stated Friday, in remarks to commemorate Kashmir Solidarity Day.
In a collection of tweets, Yusuf — the SAPM on Nationwide Safety Division and Strategic Coverage Planning — spoke about his expertise within the Azad Jammu and Kashmir Meeting, saying it was an honour “to witness the emotions and steadfastness” and the lawmakers’ “bond with our brothers and sisters in IIOJK this morning”, referring to the federal government’s revised title for the Muslim-majority area — Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir.
“India cannot break the resolve of Kashmiris anywhere in the world, regardless of whatever illegal steps it may take,” he wrote.
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The aide additionally underlined the distinction between the actions of Pakistan and India, the latter of which he stated was “the clearest stumbling block to peace in South Asia”.
“If our region is to move forward, India must demonstrate its sincerity in resolving the Kashmir issue according to UNSC resolutions. If it does, peace will be a natural outcome,” he added.
Earlier at present, PM Imran Khan in a message to the Kashmiris vowed to “raise my voice for you until the day you get freedom”.
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Talking to a rally in Kotli close to the Line of Management (LoC), the premier assured Kashmiris of his efforts to “raise my voice for you everywhere until Kashmir gets freedom”.
‘Will elevate my voice for you in every single place’
“However much I can, I am raising my voice on your behalf at every forum, and will continue to do so. Whether it is with the United Nations, world leaders, or European Union leaders. I asked the past president of the US three times as well to resolve this issue.
“Relaxation assured, I stated I would be the ambassador of Kashmir, and I’ll elevate my voice for you in every single place till Kashmir will get freedom,” he said.
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PM Imran Khan also reminded the United Nations — which has already issued resolutions on the Himalayan region’s decades-long conflict — of its duty, saying the intergovernmental organisation “didn’t dwell as much as your promise”.
‘Salute to Kashmiris’
Separately, Pakistan Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa had also issued a message on Kashmir Solidarity Day, saying it was “time to finish this human tragedy”.
“Salute 2 Kashmiris for their valiant struggle, braving gravest atrocities, human rights violations & lockdown in IIOJ&K under Indian occupation forces. Time 2 end this human tragedy & resolve #Kashmir issue as per aspirations of people of J&K & #UN resolutions,” he stated, in response to a press release from the navy’s media wing.