Amicable Kashmir issue solution inevitable: Farooq

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Our Correspondent

Lahore

The Prime Minister of Azad Jammu and Kashmir Raja Farooq Haider Khan has said that amicable solution of Kashmir issue inevitable for regional peace. He was addressing to National Kashmir Conference as chief guest at University of Punjab in Lahore on Tuesday. The Prime Minister said that unlike India, Pakistan wants Kashmir issue resolved by keeping in view the sentiments of Kashmiri people.
‘Pakistan has always supported the right of self-determination of Kashmiris. Kashmir issue should be resolved as per UNSC referendums’, he added. Raja Farooq Haider Khan said Kashmir issue was unfinished agenda of British Partition Plan of subcontinent which will be resolved through UNSC resolutions. He said that Pakistan is ready to respond any Indian misadventure and give befitting response to enemy.
‘It is high time to be united and to take strong stand on Kashmir at international forums. The main responsibility lies on the present government. The unity among the leadership would give a loud and clear message to the world’, Haider added. Expressing concerns over grave human rights violations and inhuman curfew in occupied Kashmir, the Prime Minister said that Indian premier Narendra Modi was following the footprints of Hitler.
‘World must come forward and save defenseless Kashmiris from the Hitler of South Asia’, PM added. The Prime Minister said although US President Donald Trumps’ mediation offer highlighted Kashmir dispute on international level. However we should not involve ourselves in it.
‘Indian military and paramilitary forces are committing war crimes on both sides of Line of Control (LoC). They are killing innocent people in the held valley and targeting civilian population at LoC’, the premier said. Raja Farooq Haider said that normal life continues to get hit across the Valley for the 51st consecutive day, today and an environment of fear persists due to heavy military presence in every nook and corner of the valley.