PM Imran says Kashmir to be freed as a result of struggle of Kashmiris
ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan on Wednesday said that Kashmir will get freedom as a result of indigenous struggle of Kashmiris.
“Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi committed big mistake on Aug 5, 2019, which will end up in freedom of Kashmir. Modi believed he could terrorize Kashmiris amid presence of 0.8 million occupational forces,” PM Imran said while addressing Legislative Assembly of Azad Jammu and Kashmir in Muzaffarabad.
He said the Indian PM won election on the basis of hatred against Pakistan. He said Modi’s BJP followed Nazi Party of Hitler, who believed in subjugation of Jews.
“World is silent over India’s barbarism because of its corporate interest in its massive 1.25 billion population. The world will see how long they could besiege them. India is stuck in a blind alley. The western countries who fear from China want to use India against it,” he said.
Imran Khan said no pro-Indian leader could be elected in Kashmir any longer, because the oppression had filled them with so much hatred against India. “Kashmiri leader Farooq Abdullah, who has always been pro-India but, now says that Jinnah was right in his decision for creating a separate state,” he said.
He said he apprised the New York Times board about Narendra Modi’s ideology. He convinced Trump thrice on Kashmir conflict, he added.
“The extremist and expansionist BJP-RSS combine, represented by the current Indian Government, is unabashedly pushing the ‘Hindutva’ agenda. It is seeking to change the demographic structure of the region and turn its Muslim majority into a minority in blatant violation of relevant UN Security Council Resolutions and international laws, particularly the 4th Geneva Convention.
“As expected, the Kashmiris have rejected these illegal ‘engagements in deception’, and so has Pakistan. Parliamentarians, journalists, humanitarian workers, international human rights organizations and members of the international community have also raised their voices on the continuing gross human rights violations in IIOJK. India stands exposed before the world, yet again, as an oppressor and aggressor. Its so-called secular and democratic credentials stand fully discredited,” he said.