Talks with India impossible without restoration of Kashmir’s previous status: Imran
ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan on Tuesday said talks with India were impossible without restoration of Kashmir’s previous status.
Responding to public queries via telephone during “Aapka Wazir- e-Azam Aap Kai Sath” programme, PM Imran Khan said his government had fought the case of Kashmir at every forum. The world powers should take notice of oppression in Kashmir.
“World powers raise human rights issue to protect their foreign policy and peddle their interests,” he said adding that the western countries feared that China would surpass them in economical prosperity.
Imran Khan said the rule of law was established in Riyasat e Madina before financial prosperity. Nations are ruined when ethical courage to provide justice in it is eliminated, he maintained.
He said his government was fighting against mafias in the country. Mafias in Pakistan were yielding benefits from the corrupt system and they did not want supremacy of law, he added.
To a query, he said his government was trying to get vaccines manufactured in Pakistan.