PM Asks Indian Counterpart to Talk Sincerely & Seriously on Kashmir Issue - Capital TV

June 4, 2023


PM Asks Indian Counterpart to Talk Sincerely & Seriously on Kashmir Issue

Anum Razzaque

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif asked Indian counterpart Narender Modi to hold serious and sincere talks on the Kashmir issue, and said India is violating human rights in extreme manners.

In an interview with a Saudi Television channel, Premier responded to the question and said, “We are not by choice neighbours, and we should live with peace and happiness.”

“Both countries had combated three battles which resulted further poverty, unemployment, and death toll,” says Sharif.

“I am giving a message to Indian counterpart Narender Modi to set at the table of dialogue seriously and sincerely.”

“Extreme violation happening in India-occupied Kashmir, it should be stopped, and the message should go to the world that India is ready to negotiate the matter,” says Prime Minister.

As India was On 5 August 2019, India took illegal and unilateral steps in the Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK) in a bid to change its internationally recognized disputed status and to alter the demographic structure of the occupied territory.

“We want to alleviate poverty, achieve prosperity, and provide education and health facilities and employment to our people and not waste our resources on bombs and ammunition,”

Sharif Said “the message I want to give to Prime Minister Modi.”

“We are nuclear powers, armed to the teeth, and if God forbid a war breaks out who will live to tell what happened,” he remarked.

He said the leadership of the United Arab Emirates could play an important role to bring India and Pakistan together.

Furthermore, He added he would hold talks with the Indian leadership with the sincerity of purpose.

He said Saudi Arabia was a friendly and brotherly country, and they had unique brotherly relations for centuries.

However, Before Pakistan came into being and carved out of India, millions of Muslims had brotherly relations with Saudi Arabia, and they were visiting Makkah and Medina, he recalled.

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