Lasting peace in South Asia not possible without resolving Kashmir dispute: Buzdar

Lahore, February 05 (KMS): Chief Minister Punjab, Sardar Usman Buzdar, has stated that lasting peace in South Asia is not possible without resolving the core issue of Kashmir.

In his message on the Kashmir Solidarity Day, the Chief Minister regretted that the oppressed Kashmiris are being massacred due to the continued criminal silence of the UN.

“It is not possible to suppress the struggle for freedom in Indian illegally occupied Kashmir now. The whole nation is siding with the struggle of Kashmiris for independence and will always remain so. Pakistan will continue its support to the Kashmiris,” he maintained.

The chief minister deplored that the Kashmiris have been deprived of their rights to life, food, health, freedom of expression, freedom of assembly, freedom of religion, and above all the right to self-determination. “Pakistan calls upon the international community to demand from India an immediate end to its state-terrorism against Kashmiris and allow access to international human rights and humanitarian organisations to the occupied territory,” he said.

Sardar Usman Buzdar said, Pakistan has raised the issue of Indian state-sponsored atrocities in IIOJK at every forum. Prime Minister Imran Khan has always acted as an ambassador of Kashmiris by raising the Kashmir issue at every international forum, he said, adding that the sun of Kashmir’s independence will rise soon and defeat is the destiny of India.

The international community must open its eyes as the Modi regime’s silence on continued human rights violations in India is tantamount to abetting the crime, he concluded.

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