My hearts throbs equally for Pakistanis, Kashmiris, says Nawaz Sharif

Violet Powell
February 6, 2018

Shahid Khaqan Abbasi spoke on yesterday to the local parliament in Muzaffarabad, the seat of the Pakistani-controlled part of Kashmir.

He said the Kashmir Solidarity Day reflected a spirit of unity among all the rank and file of the nation and in the legitimate struggle, Kashmiris were not alone as the whole Pakistani nation was standing with them. With all our political differences aside, there is no second opinion in Pakistan on the Kashmir dispute.

"I have ordered our forces that if one bullet comes from that side, not to think of firing countless bullets at them", Singh said at a poll rally in Barjala in Agartala. He also condemned Indian aggression in occupied Kashmir and said the "people of Pakistan stand with you".

He reiterated that the government of Pakistan and its people would continue their political, diplomatic and moral support to the Kahmiri people struggling for their right to self-determination.

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Former prime minister Nawaz Sharif claimed he loves the youth of Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) as much as he loves the youth of Pakistan. They say that they will separate Kashmir from India.

"The courageous people of Kashmir are being blinded by the pellet guns used to fire at them", Nawaz said, referring to incidents of injuries resulting from Indian forces' use of pellet guns against separatists in Kashmir.

The foreign minister Pakistan always wanted the peaceful solution to the core issue of Kashmir and the world should ensure early implementation of the United Nations resolutions for that goal.

Lambasting the Marxist government in Tripura, he said it had failed to bring development to the state despite being in power for more than two decades and accused the Left government of "25 years' misrule" through "crime against women, unemployment and corruption".

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