Governor Punjab Ch Muhammad Sarwar, while writing letters to more than 1400 American, British and European parliamentarians on Indian atrocities, abrogation of Article 370 and on bilateral relations between India and Pakistan, has said that Indian atrocities in Kashmir is the worst kind of terrorism, violation of fundamental human rights and genocide of humanity and in order to stop that all members of parliament of western countries should play their part.
Pakistan is even today in favor of peace, mere paperwork by India will not change the special status of Kashmir, Pakistan reaffirms its strongest support to resolve Kashmir issue and Pakistan is with Kashmiris in their peaceful struggle for independence. Under the Leadership of Imran Khan, Pakistan doesn’t want war and want to resolve all issues through deliberation, India should also resort to table talks. On Friday, governor Punjab in his letter addressed to British and EU parliamentarian wrote : ‘I am writing to you at this critical stage in Pakistan and India’s relationship where tensions between the two countries have once again escalated as a result of abrogation of ‘Article 370’ by the Indian Government that changes Kashmir’s ‘special status’ as a disputed territory to become part of India and strips the state of Jammu and Kashmir of autonomy.
Scrapping Article 370 means that PM Narendra Modi has advanced from ‘occupation’ to ‘annexation’. This situation is dangerous and wrong and will further exacerbate violence in occupied Kashmir and pose a grave threat to regional peace/security.Governor of Punjab reaffirmed his support for Kashmir in his letters and mentioned that ‘Pakistan will exercise all possible options to counter the illegal steps. By revoking the ‘Special Status’ of Kashmir, India is courting conflict with Pakistan. Paperwork by India will not change Kashmir’s ‘Special Status’.
Pakistan reaffirms its firm commitment to the Kashmir cause and will not desert the people of Occupied Jammu and Kashmir for the realization of their inalienable right to self-determination’.