India chose a dangerous path: Nafees Zakaria
Pakistani High Commissioner in Britain Nafees Zakaria has said that India chose a dangerous path by changing status of Kashmir.
Nafees Zakaria also condemned the Indian actions of lockdown and curfew in Kashmir.
While giving an interview to foreign news agency, Nafees Zakaria emphasized the need of reverting to dialogue to solve Kashmir issue peacefully.
Kashmiri people are besieged in their homes due to lockdown in the valley by Indian government, he added.
After changing the status of Kashmir many Kashmiri leaders and people have also been arrested, Nafees Zakaria added.
Nafees Zakaria also said that Kashmiri nation have been stripped of their rights to property, employment and compensatory benefits.
India currently needs advice, condemnation and dialogue to understand the consequences of changing status of Kashmir, he added.
Pakistan has halted bilateral trade with India after his actions in Kashmir, Nafees Zakaria added,
Nafees Zakaria also emphasized that growing tension between India and Pakistan over Kashmir issue can be resolved peacefully.
Previously, Maleeha Lodhi urged the Security Council to implement their resolutions. Kashmiris will not accept illegal annexation of Kashmir by India.
She said that even the pro-Indian politicians in Jammu and Kashmir will be imprisoned.
Maleeha Lodhi also appealed to the international community to stand up for principles, law and justice. Pakistan does not want tensions to rise, she added.
Maleeha Lodhi further said that the Modi government wants to implement Hindu rule all over India.
She said that Prime Minister Imran Khan welcomed President Donald Trump’s offer to mediate. Peace will disrupt in the whole region owing to Indian bellicose approach.
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