Pakistan Army Chief had a clear message to India over Occupied Kashmir
RAWALPINDI - Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa on Friday said that Jammu and Kashmir is an unfinished agenda of realization of Pakistan and it will remain so until the dispute is resolved in accordance with the United Nation’s Security Council resolutions and aspirations of people of Kashmir.
Addressing a function in connection with the Defence and Martyrs’ Day held at the General Headquarters here, the COAS said “Kashmir is Pakistan’s jugular vein and that we will never abandon our Kashmiri brethren.”
“Today’s Pakistan gives a message of peace and this message is for the entire world. Pakistan has fulfilled its responsibilities and it is now up to the global community to reject extremism”, he said.
The sacrifices of our martyrs will not go in vain, COAS said and added that the environment in the country is peaceful.
In Indian Occupied Kashmir, state terrorism is at its climax and Pakistan will go to any length for the Kashmiris, he said adding Kashmiris are the victim of the oppression and tyranny of India’s Hindutava government.
“I want to assure the people of Kashmir that Pakistan will never leave them alone. The hearts of Pakistanis and Kashmiris beat together”, he added.