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Prime Minister Imran Khan has stated that India has “failed” at getting Pakistan positioned into the “blacklist” of the Monetary Motion Activity Pressure (FATF).
The premier, chatting with Hum Information on Friday, stated that India is “delusional” if it thinks it could actually suppress Pakistan, shortly after after he addressed an enormous crowd at Kotli, and provided Modi a dialogue on Kashmir if he restores its particular standing.
The prime minister, on India’s goals towards Pakistan, stated that New Delhi may by no means isolate Islamabad from the remainder of the world.
“We have asked India to resolve the Kashmir conflict through dialogue,” he stated, including that the problem of Kashmir has as soon as once more come into the limelight internationally.
Learn extra: ‘I’ll elevate my voice for you till the day you get freedom,’ PM Imran Khan tells Kashmiris
Speaking about native politics, he stated that the Pakistan Democratic Motion (PDM) “can organise as many long marches as it wants — the people have understood their objectives”.
“The people will never come out of their homes to save their corruption,” he stated.
The premier, talking on the financial entrance, stated that the nation’s industries are headed in the best route and that they’re performing higher than the previous.
‘Prepared to talk to India’
PM Imran Khan, in his tackle in Kotli a day earlier, had stated: “I tried my best that we give them (India) a message of peace and explain to them that the Kashmir dispute will not be resolved with your cruelty.”
He stated they ended up damaging their nation. “The country is divided. The RSS ideology has harmed their selves the most and will continue to.”
“The Muslims are suffering, the farmers are suffering. The minorities are all fearful. Because such an ideology for a while may win you the election but this fascist ideology destroys the fabric of society,” PM Imran Khan stated.
“You are laying the foundation of your ruin like this.”
Addressing Indian prime minister Narendra Modi, he stated: “Narendra Modi, I had tried as soon as I came into power to improve our relations and solve the Kashmir issue according to the United Nations resolution. I say this again, there is no other way. Today, I say to you again. Come resolve this Kashmir dispute with us. And for that, the first thing you must do is to restore Article 370. And then speak to us. And then, as per the United Nations Resolution, give the Kashmiris their due right.”
“We are ready to speak to you again. But I say this again, do not mistake our hand of friendship for weakness. This country, Pakistan, belongs to those who bow to no one but God. We do not fear anyone but Him. So do not think we say this with fear.
“We would like the folks of Kashmir to get their rights. We would like this oppression to finish. We would like Kashmiris to resolve their future. It’s their human proper and democratic proper. And for this, all of Pakistan stands with them,” the prime minister said.
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“Relaxation assured, I stated I would be the ambassador of Kashmir, and I’ll elevate my voice for you in all places till Kashmir will get freedom,” PM Imran Khan said,
“I want to remind the United Nations that you haven’t fulfilled your responsibility, you didn’t reside as much as your promise,” he said.
He promised Kashmiris that Pakistan will grant them — both the people of Azad Kashmir and occupied Kashmir — the right to be a free state, if they so wish.
The prime minister said not only the entire Pakistan nation stands with the oppressed Kashmiris, but the entire Muslim nation. “Even when for no matter motive some Muslim nation will not be (outwardly) supporting you, I assure that the complete Muslim world stands with you.”
He additional stated that even non-Muslim international locations, that consider in justice, want to see Kashmir get its due proper which the United Nations had promised.