Pakistani PM Imran Khan predicts Kashmir liberation owing to Indian PM Narendra Modi policies

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Pakistani PM Imran Khan predicts Kashmir liberation owing to Indian PM Narendra Modi policies

Muzaffarabad: Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that it was his firm belief that Kashmir will be liberated soon.

While addressing a special session of the Legislative Assembly of the Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) on occasion of Kashmir Solidarity Day, PM said that following the abrogation of Article 370 by Narendra Modi led government, Kashmir will be liberated soon.

He further said that Narendra Modi’s entire campaign was anti-Pakistan.

“Modi’s entire campaign was based on anti-Pakistan rhetoric. He is promoting RSS’ extremist ideology in India which is extremely dangerous for the country. I have tried exposing the RSS-agenda of Indian government at every international forum by highlighting atrocities in Kashmir,” he said.

PM added that the controversial citizenship bill has threatened all minorities in India.

He further said that he has always favored democracy.

“The history has proven that no matter how bad a democracy it is always a favorable option. West flourished as they adopted democracy resulting in stabilized economy,” he said.

PM further said that destiny of a country equipped with corruption is always doomed.

“I do not have any personal enmity with anyone but how can I extend a hand of friendship to those who have plundered national wealth?” he asked.

Earlier today, Prime Minister reached Muzaffarabad where he was presented with a guard of honour.

He was accompanied by Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi, Chairman of Special Committee on Kashmir Syed Fakhar Imam and Federal Minister for Kashmir Affairs and Gilgit-Baltistan Ali Amin Gandapur.

Kashmir Solidarity Day

Kashmir Solidarity Day is being observed today to express support to Kashmiri people in their right to self-determination under United Nations resolutions.

This year the day is being observed after India illegally revoked the special status of in August, 2019 breaching all international laws and regulations.

Public meetings, rallies and seminars were held across the country, including Azad Kashmir to highlight the gross human rights violations happening in the valley.