- FO spokesperson says Kashmir dispute stays anchored within the related UN Safety Council Resolutions
- Zahid Hafeez says Pakistan stays firmly dedicated to the decision of the Kashmir dispute via a free and neutral plebiscite
- PM Imran Khan had instructed the Kashmiris that Pakistan will grant them the appropriate to be a part of Pakistan or be a free state, in the event that they so want.
ISLAMABAD: The International Workplace has issued a clarification after Prime Minister Imran Khan’s remarks on Kashmir Solidarity Day, saying there’s no change in Pakistan’s principled place within the Kashmir dispute.
On Friday, PM Imran Khan instructed the Kashmiris that Pakistan will grant the folks of Azad Kashmir and Indian occupied Kashmir the appropriate to be a part of Pakistan or be a free state, in the event that they so want.
Responding to media queries, FO spokesperson Zahid Hafeez Chaudhri mentioned there isn’t a change in Pakistan’s principled place on the Jammu and Kashmir dispute that continues to be anchored within the related UN Safety Council Resolutions.
He mentioned PM Imran Khan, in his deal with, reiterated Pakistan’s long-held place and assist for the Kashmiris’ proper to self-determination.
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The spokesperson mentioned the prime minister repeatedly spoke concerning the UNSC resolutions on Jammu and Kashmir and underscored the necessity for implementation of these resolutions.
Chaudhri mentioned Pakistan stays firmly dedicated to the decision of the Jammu and Kashmir dispute via a free and neutral plebiscite below the UN auspices as enshrined within the related UNSC resolutions.
In his Kotli speech, the prime minister additionally made a conditional provide for a dialogue on the Kashmir dispute to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Addressing India, he mentioned: “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.”
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The premier said India can never win a war, therefore, it must reverse the steps of August 5 and end the reign of atrocities in Indian Kashmir
He added, “We’re prepared to talk to you once more. However I say this once more. Don’t mistake our hand of friendship for weak point. This nation, Pakistan, belongs to those that bow to nobody however God. We don’t worry anybody however Him. So don’t assume we are saying this with worry.”