Karachi, May 22 (KMS): Information, Transport, and Mass Transit, Sharjeel Inam Memon, emphasised that there can be no compromise on the issue of Kashmir.
According to Kashmir Media Service, speaking at the press conference at the Sindh Archives Complex, he reaffirmed the firm stance of the founding chairman of Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP), Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto, who stated that no mistakes can be tolerated when it comes to the matter of Kashmir. Memon highlighted that several significant countries have decided not to participate in the Kashmir conference.
He attributed this outcome to the successful diplomacy of the government and Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari.
Memon criticised the former prime minister Imran Khan for his mistakes and incompetence regarding the Kashmir issue.
Memon emphasised that the treatment of Kashmiris of Modi’s government towards Kashmiris is unprecedented and condemnable.
He expressed his concerns about Khan’s interviews with foreign media, stating that no former prime minister of Pakistan has made such hateful remarks about their own country as Khan does in his interviews.
The minister stated that a true leader is someone who guides their nation along the right path. In contrast, Khan’s consistent changes in stance and U-turns on various matters show a lack of leadership and integrity in his personality.
He strongly condemned the act of defaming one’s own country and institutions for the sake of personal interests and power.
He criticised Khan for creating conspiracy theories and blaming external forces for his government’s downfall, while giving contradictory statements in interviews.
Memon accused Khan of receiving funding from India and Israel, and of spreading chaos and division in the country with the help of Indian and Israeli lobbyists. He described Khan as a person who speaks lies and incites hatred among people.
Highlighting the damage caused by the government of Imran Khan to Pakistan’s relations with allies, Memon stated that the former prime minister has led the country into isolation.
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