Prime Minister Imran Khan says Pakistan will facilitate Sikh Yatrees from all over the world, easing visa regime for them.
He was addressing International Sikh Convention at Governor’s House in Lahore this evening.
He said multiple visas will be granted to Sikh visitors and measures can be considered to grant them visa on airports.
The Prime Minister said all minorities are enjoying full basic rights in Pakistan and all possible facilities are being provided to them including Sikh community and Yatrees.
About Kashmir issue, PM said the Indian government has put eighty million innocent people under siege in Occupied Kashmir for the last 29 nine days.
He said war is no solution to any issue but the prevailing situation in Occupied Kashmir is not acceptable.
PM said establishing good relations with India was his priority after coming into power but unfortunately Indian response remained negative.
Imran Khan said RSS has racist ideology, inspired by Hitler’s Nazism.
He said this ideology is not only a threat to Muslims but to other religions too.
He said RSS is victimizing Muslims and Christians and later it will also be targeting Dalits and Sikhs in India.
Imran Khan said the RSS ideology is also a threat to India itself.
The Prime Minister warned the world nations that any further escalation between Pakistan and India over the Kashmir issue could lead to a nuclear war.
Earlier in a day, Prime Minister Imran Khan summoned cabinet meeting today to discuss several issues including up-to-date situation in Occupied Kashmir.
The premier would take the cabinet into confidence about closing airspace for India and ongoing situation in Indian held Kashmir.
The Cabinet will also give approval to appointment of Federal Minister Fahmida Mirza as Chairperson Federal land Commission, appointment of private members in Railway board, establishing committee for finalizing first Islamic Calendar and approval to Real State Regulation and Development Ordinance 2019.
The cabinet will also review to permanent services of several daily wages employees of federal educational institutions.
The appointment of Executive Director Pakistan Health Research Council is also part of the agenda.