Kashmiris burying their martyrs in Pakistani flags and rulers are restricted only to formal statements, Ch Shujat Hussain
Don’t have friendship with Modi over the blood of Kashmiris, Pakistani rulers should adopt bold stance instead of mere lip service, new wave of liberation in occupied Kashmir be made source for implementation of UN Resolutions, Pakistani parties should have concrete stance
Lahore: 12-07-2016: Pakistan Muslim League (PML) President and former Prime Minister Ch Shujat Hussain has condemned in the most strong words massacre of Kashmiris in occupied Kashmir by the Indian rulers and army and said that the Kashmiris are burying their martyrs in Pakistani flag whereas Pakistani rulers are restricted to mere formal statements over holi of their blood.
In a statement issued here today (Tuesday), he said that our rulers should not have friendship with Modi at the cost of precious blood of the Kashmiris, Pakistani rulers should adopt bold and concrete stance instead of mere lip service, world conscious should be shaken up over Indian atrocities in occupied Kashmir, embassies in foreign countries be activated and the comity of nations reminded their promise of getting the Kashmiris right of self-determination.
He said the new wave of liberation in occupied Kashmir which has taken birth following martyrdom of Burhanuddin Wani is picking up tempo with every passing day and so far dozens of Kashmiris have embraced martyrdom and hundreds are seriously wounded.
Ch Shujat Hussain said that agenda of partition of the sub-continent is incomplete till the affiliation of Kashmir with Pakistan, Modi govt is resorting to every tactic to stop this but despite continuous increase in strength of Indian army in occupied Kashmir and all sorts of atrocities and oppression, spirit of affiliation with Pakistan is gaining momentum among the Kashmiris, Pakistan should through concrete, effective and result-oriented planning make this wave of liberation source for implementation of UN Resolutions on Kashmir whereas all political and religious parties of Pakistan should adopt concrete stance in this regard. #