MUZAFFARABAD: Before attending the joint session of AJK legislative assembly, Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi met with the representatives of the “Hurriyat Conference” in Muzaffarabad and discussed the future plan while reviewing the prevailing situation in J&K.
According to a statement issued by Abbasi’s office, “Representative of Hurriyat Conference thanked the PM for meeting them and highlighting the recent human rights violations in Indian-Occupied Kashmir (IOK).”
The representatives highlighted that diplomatic efforts need to be enhanced to sensitize the international community. PM Abbasi said the government and people of Pakistan have always supported the implementation of United Nations Security Council (UNSC) resolutions that call for the right to self-determination of the people of Kashmir. “All political parties are united on the Kashmir issue,” the prime minister said. “We strongly condemn the brutalities inflicted by Indian Forces on innocent and unarmed people of Kashmir.” Abbasi said Pakistan’s Foreign Office and all diplomatic missions abroad are at all times propagating the implementation of UNSC resolutions on Kashmir. “I, myself, have highlighted the Kashmir issue in all my meetings at the UN and OIC,” Abbasi told Hurriyat representatives.
The prime minister said the Indian occupation forces had been unleashing a wave of terror on innocent Kashmiris for more than seven decades but had failed to suppress their voice. He said Kashmir was an internationally recognized dispute and its solution lay in a plebiscite according to the UN Security Council resolutions.
The Pakistan premier assured that the government, people, and all political parties would vigorously provide moral, diplomatic and political support to the Kashmir cause.