ISLAMABAD: Demanding for concrete actions from the government on the deteriorating situation in Kashmir, Leader of Opposition in National Assembly and President Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) Shahbaz Sharif said Kashmir was under threat of genocide.
“Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has put his hands on our jugular vein. Before he cut our jugular vein, we should cut India’s hands,” Shahbaz Sharif said while addressing the joint parliamentary session on current Kashmir situation.
He said Pakistan had two options either to accede to India’s injustices or stick to our demands on Kashmir, and we would have to adopt the second option. He asked that if Saudi Arabia and China’s not giving any reaction on the latest development meant isolation of Pakistan.
Shahbaz Sharif asked if the government had made any preparation on the Indian government’s election manifesto of repealing Article 370 and 35 A. He also asked the ruling party if it had any compulsion to vote for India to get non-permanent seat in the United Nations Security Council.
Prime Minister Imran Khan on this occasion said, “If you do not have good relations with neighbours, it has bad consequences. India’s decision to affect the entire world. He warned that the ongoing situation in occupied Kashmir could lead to a conventional war.
Imran Khan said India should not misconstrue our peace efforts as our weakness. He said we returned Indian pilot after he was caught for we had no intention of war.
He said people in India were saying today that minorities were not treated as equal citizens in the country. He said Pakistan on the other hand did not discriminate people.