ISLAMABAD October 5 ( APP): Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif said joint session was summoned to discuss the Indian continued gross atrocities against Kashmiris in Occupied valley.
Addressing the Joint sitting of Parliament, Prime Minister said UN resolution on Kashmir are still on the agenda of Security Council and international community should take immediate steps for implementation on these resolutions.
He said Indian forces cannot suppress the struggle of Kashmiris for right to self-determination.
Nawaz Sharif said Pakistan has a firm commitment to continue its support to Kashmiris for their legitimate struggle.
The prime minister in his address said that Burhan Wani’s martyrdom brought Kashmir to turning point, adding that the valley is bubbling up like a volcano.
He demanded that Indian atrocities and violation of human rights should be ended in Kashmir.
PM Nawaz also asked for putting an end to the ongoing curfew in the Occupied territory.
The prime minister said that steps should be taken for withdrawal of Indian troops from IoK and political prisoners should be released.
Pakistan is against war and wants durable peace in the region, said the prime minister.
He said that Pakistan wants to resolves all issues through dialogue adding that the entire nation is united for country’s defense.
“Our desire for peace should be taken as a sovereign nation’s wish,” said the premier.