Pakistan

PM rues India’s move to suspend secretary-level talks

MUZAFARRABAD: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has said that India suspended secretary-level talks, despite earlier commitments, which was unjustified, ARY News reported Thursday.

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Addressing the meeting of Azad Jammu Kashmir Council in Muzaffarabad today, the PM reiterated that Kashmir dispute should be resolved in light of the UN resolution.

“Every Kashmiri is lodging protest against oppression they are facing. Force is no solution to Kashmir,” he added.

The PM said: “We cannot ignore the maltreatment to Kashmiris. We will continue raising our voice against the injustice being meted out to the people of Kashmir.”

Mr. Sharif Indian use of force on unarmed Kashmiris was sheer violation of human rights. We raised Kashmir issue to international forums, he added.

He said allegations to link Pakistani institutions to terrorism were completely baseless and unfair. We are the worst sufferers of terrorism, he underlined.

He reiterated that the United Nations should play its role in resolving Kashmir dispute. “India suspended secretary-level talks without any reason. Those talks could have proved productive,” he insisted.

The PM said aggression from Indian forces along Line of Control has complicated the matter further.

He Pakistan security forces rendered various sacrifices in fight against terrorism.

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