Published On: Mon, Dec 2nd, 2019
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India to be stopped at all costs from ripping off Kashmiris’ identity: Abdullah Gul

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RAWALPINDI: Chairman Tehreek e Jawanan Pakistan and Kashmir (TJP) Mohammad Abdullah Hamid Gul said Pakistan will stop India at all costs from ripping off Kashmiris’ identity.

He made these remarks while addressing a conference at the TJP secretariat here on Sunday. Abdullah Gul said the international community should intervene to halt India from military aggression in the occupied Jammu and Kashmir. He regretted that the United Nations Security Council was inactive on Kashmir Issue where as in case of a nuclear conflict between the two rival countries the entire world would have to bear the consequences.

“Kashmiris will win their freedom from the clutches of India themselves and every Kashmiri living around the world should highlight Indian occupied forces atrocities unleashed on innocent Kashmiris in the occupied Jammu and Kashmir,” he added.

The TJP Chairman mentioned that Pakistan could not bear any crisis in the prevailing scenario whereas national development and stability is the priority of the government and all other institutions.

Abdullah Gul said Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is jeopardizing the peace and security of South Asia whereas any misadventure of India forces in the Azad Jammu and Kashmir would be thwarted with extreme response. The entire nation is standing besides its valiant armed forces who turned the tide in war against terrorism and made the country’s defence invincible against all enemies, he added. “The nation esteems the great sacrifices of the armed forces for the protection of the country,” he said.

Abdullah Gul said the world should realize that Kashmiris have been kept under siege for over three months without any normalcy brought in the situation by the Indian government. There is a huge humanitarian crisis being made by the Indian forces in the occupied Jammu and Kashmir, he added.


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