ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Wednesday has said that Indian government cannot crush and suppress passion for freedom that every Kashmiri has, with violence, curfews, media blackout and oppressing tactics.
He addressed the participants of joint session of the Parliament today over Indian aggression and Kashmir dispute.
The premier said that Burhan Wani’s martyrdom drove the movement of freedom of Occupied Kashmir to a decisive turning point. He acknowledged the fact that opposition was standing with the government over Kashmir dispute amid escalated tensions at the border with India.
There were no government and opposition sides in the Parliament and every parliamentarian was a Pakistani when it came to defending the country, he added.
Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif reiterated that the government was against any move that harmed peace and stability in the region.
India-Pakistan terms could not move towards betterment until Kashmir dispute was solved, Nawaz Sharif said. The premier, referring to India agenda, said that the movement could not be stopped by depriving the protesters of their eyesight with use of pellet guns and murdering hundreds of others in cold blood.
He said that atrocities committed by over seven lac Indian troops could not suppress the ongoing struggle in Kashmir.
Talking about the recent killings in the Indian-held valley, the premier said that the bloodshed has highlighted the fact that resolutions of the United Nations over Kashmir were yet to be implemented upon. Kashmiris were awaiting the United Nations Organisation to come true to its promises for at least seven decades, he added.
Nawaz Sharif said that Indian agenda posed a danger to the stability in the region. Pakistani government had attempted to bring India to dialogue table numerous times but her unfruitful attitude jeopardized all the attempts made.
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