NSC Meeting: 14th August to be observed as Kashmir Solidarity Day

Arhama AltafWeb Editor

07th Aug, 2019. 06:43 pm
14 August to be observed as Kashmir solidarity Day

A meeting of the National Security Committee was chaired by Prime Minister Imran Khan here on Wednesday.

The meeting was chaired with the latest situation in Kashmir and important decisions are expected.

According to the details, 14 August is now to be observed in solidarity with brave Kashmiris.

Their just struggle for their right of self-determination, 15th August will be observed as Black Day.

The chiefs of the armed forces, intelligence officials and civil leadership were present in the meeting.

The recent situation in Kashmir, is being discussed at the meeting.

There will be talks with the international community about Pakistan’s full response.

The meeting is expected to take a decision on domestic security and security in Kashmir.

A detailed review will also be taken by the friendly countries.

It is hoped that Pakistan will re-evaluate trade relations with India.

The Wagah Border may be closed and cultural ceremonies with India will be terminated.

While cultural delegations, films and plays will not be exchanged.

There is a possibility of Prime Minister Imran Khan in other countries, the matter will be resolved in the Security Council.

And in the current tense situation the LoC will be increased.

Yesterday, Prime Minister Imran Khan addressed a joint session of Parliament.

And raised the issue against Indian tactics on Kashmir in the General Assembly and Security Council.

The PM said that if India took this game further, we would not be responsible for the loss in the first place, the world would have to play a role.

Earlier, the Corps Commander, chaired by COAS, had decided that the Pak army would stand with the Kashmiris at all times.

Remember that on August 4, the meeting of the National Security Committee chaired by Prime Minister Imran Khan decided that Pakistan would respond to any aggression by India.

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