Pakistani PM Imran Khan gave a clear message to UN Chief

Pakistani PM Imran Khan gave a clear message to UN Chief

ISLAMABAD - Prime Minister Imran Khan has impressed upon the UN to prevent the impending genocide that is likely to take place in Occupied Kashmir.

He was talking to UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres during a meeting at UN Headquarters in New York.

The Prime Minister said eight million Kashmiris have been put under curfew for the last 55 days. He expressed fear that when curfew is lifted there will be bloodshed in the held valley because of the presence of 900,000 Indian troops stationed there.

Imran Khan said it is easier to prevent a crisis early, but it becomes much more difficult when the crisis is fully blown due to limited options at disposal.

UN Secretary General said he can testify that people of Pakistan have remarkable level of solidarity. Pakistan has largest number of refugees and they are always accepted as brothers and sisters.

Appreciating the role of Pakistani peacekeepers in the UN, Antonio Guterres said they are serving all over the world and even sacrificing their lives for protection of civilians in conflict areas.