India’s decision to scrap Article 370 treason against UN resolutions: Buzdar Punjab Cabinet terms nefarious effort to usurp fundamental rights of Kashmiris


Amraiz Khan

Chief Minister Punjab Sardar Usman Buzdar has condemned the targeting of civilian population through cluster bombs at LOC by India and Indian terrorism in Indian occupied Kashmir. He was presiding over a meeting of provincial cabinet at Civil Secretariat here on Monday. The meeting strongly condemned the illegal and unconstitutional step taken by the Modi government to revoke the special status of Indian occupied state of Jammu and Kashmir. The cabinet expressed its strongest concern over the decision of the Indian government to revoke the special status of Indian occupied Kashmir and termed it a nefarious effort to usurp the fundamental rights of the Kashmiri people.
Addressing the meeting, Usman Buzdar said that the Modi government is making disastrous measures under a policy of brute military jingoism and asserted that this Indian step will be remembered as the darkest day in the history added that India’s decision to scrap Article 370 treason against UN resolutions.
. In fact, India is snatching the rights of the people in occupied Kashmir through state-sponsored terrorism, he added. He reiterated that the Pakistani nation is fully standing with their Kashmiri brethren and vowed that diplomatic, political and moral support of the Kashmiri brethren will be continued. The Chief Minster directed the ministers and assembly members to fully participate in a rally organized at Faisal Chowk to show solidarity with the Kashmiris and added that India can never usurp the fundamental rights of Kashmiris through military aggression. The peaceful struggle of the Kashmiri people is aimed at achieving the goal of self-determination, he said. He said that durable peace and stability cannot be achieved in the region without first solving the core issue of Kashmir and stressed upon the international community to play its role for security peace and freedom of the Kashmiri people. The cabinet expressed complete solidarity with Kashmir people.

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