Imran’s UN speech should have been more focused on IOK: Bilawal


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Pakistan People’s Party Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari on Wednesday said the prime minister’s speech was good but it should have been more focused on the attack Indian has launched on the people of Occupied Kashmir. Speaking to the media during his visit to earthquake-hit areas of Azad Kashmir, he asked the prime minister to explain what practical measures he has taken for Kashmiris other than delivering the speech, a reference to Imran Khan’s address to the United Nations.
Bilawal Bhutto said the prime minister should have demanded democratic rights and right to self-determination for people of Occupied Kashmir. Calling for the unity among Pakistanis on the issue of Kashmir, he said: “We all should raise the issue at every forum”.“Every prime minister makes speeches at the United Nations on Kashmir. What appropriate action have you taken against Indian measures,” he said.

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