ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan on Monday said he had designated himself an ambassador of Kashmir in the world.
“I will fight the case of Kashmir in the world, until it gets resolved,” Imran Khan said highlighting Kashmir issue while addressing the inaugural ceremony of a new academic block in Ghulam Ishaq Khan Institute of Engineering Sciences and Technology in Topi, Swabi, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
He said if Pakistan was not created, we would have been facing the same fate as the people of Indian occupied Kashmir. He said Mohammed Ali Jinnah had realised that the Hindu leaders wanted liberation for their own people and they had a mindset to treat Muslims as second-class citizens.
The PM said no successful person had lived an easy life. He said until we determined our necessities, aim of our life would be to plunder wealth. He said the cycle of the world witnessed scores of affluent people, but they were never remembered in the history.
Allah (SWT) had featured everyone with great potential, but it remained untapped because of people’s small vision, he said adding that everyone should read the life of the Holy Prophet Muhammed (SAWW).
The Prime Minister Imran admitted that Pakistan was going through difficult times. He said when you fall down while climbing up, you need to review your steps.
He said some people wanted NRO from him, which was tantamount to doing compromise on his vision.
On August 22, Prime Minister Imran Khan had said the Indian occupational forces were denying residents of occupied Kashmir right to observe their religious practices.
In a tweet, Imran Khan had said, “Today, on the 1st International Day for Victims of Violence based on Religion or Belief, we call attention to the plight of millions of Kashmiris living under brutal Indian Occupation, abuse and violence, deprived of all fundamental rights and freedoms.”
He had said the Indian occupational forces had even denied them their right to observe their religious practices, including Eid ul Azha.