Indian PM lives in fools' paradise: Nishat Kazmi
MIRPUR (AJK): Central Secretary General of Jammu Kashmir Peoples Party, Syed Nishat Kazmi said that Indian Prime Minister lives in fools' paradise for thinking about any misadventure against Pakistan or Azad Jammu Kashmir.
Talking to APP here Wednesday, Syed Nishat described the Indian aggressive and war mongering posture and the statement by its Army Chief as highly coward and irresponsible. He said that it was ground reality that India had failed to defeat the fast emerging Kashmiris indigenous struggle for the achievement of their birth right of self-determination.
He said that various other grim domestic problems including massive corruption charges against Modi regime and the indigenous separatist movements like Khalistan and other insurgencies in India have badly disturbed New Delhi. “And therefore, the hardliner Modi’s ruling junta have no option to hurl threats at Pakistan to divert the attention of her (India) population from the fast emerging domestic issues”, he observed.
The Secretary General of Jammu Kashmir Peoples Party declared that India should keep it in mind that she had no option than to grant Jammu Kashmir people complete freedom from her long shekels. India, he added, should also remember that Pakistan is a nuclear power and its armed forces are rated as one of the best in the world.
The Kashmir leader said that the whole Pakistani nation and the people of Azad Jammu Kashmir stand united and always remain shoulder to shoulder with the valiant armed forces of Pakistan to thwart any aggression from across the borders and the Line of Control in the internationally-acknowledged disputed Jammu Kashmir state.
Syed Nishat Kazmi said that India should response to peace-loving approach of Pakistan by resuming meaningful talks to ensure early peaceful settlement of all outstanding disputes including the core issue of Jammu & Kashmir. Wars, the JKPP leader said, were not the source of settlement of the issues because wars only bring destruction and the former subcontinent can’t afford a war at this stage. He said the dream of both India and Pakistan of progress and prosperity could only be achieved through peace in the region. “We will turn AJK the graveyard of Indian forces if they dared to launch any misadventure against Pakistan or AJK, he warned.