Pakistani PM Imran Khan warns World against confict between two nuclear armed arch rivals
ISLAMABAD - Prime Minister Imran Khan has urged the international community to ask India to lift curfew in occupied Kashmir as the people of the area have been facing a lockdown for last fifty days.
He was speaking at a Question-Answer session at the Council on Foreign Relations as a special guest in New York on Monday.
Regarding the illegal Indian act of annexing occupied Kashmir, Imran Khan said Kashmir is a disputed territory between Pakistan and India as recognized by UN Security Council resolutions.
He said the international community should play a due role in resolution of the longstanding issue of Jammu and Kashmir.
The Prime Minister said Pakistan and India are two nuclear armed states and any conflict between them can have negative impacts beyond South Asia.
He said the world should intervene to resolve the situation.Imran Khan said the ruling party in India is pursuing an agenda of racist Hindu supremacy of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh.
The Prime Minister said just after coming to power he extended a hand of cooperation and resolving all issues with India on the dialogue table, but his offer was not well responded by the rulers of New Delhi.
He said Pakistan and India have common issues like poverty and climate change, which need to be addressed together.
He said we urged India to reset our relations based on mutual interest.He also made it clear that we will allow no terrorist group on our soil.