AIATF's Chief Gives Proper Response To Pakistan Journalist On Kashmir

25 Sep 2019 07:12 PM

AIATF's Chief Gives Proper Response To Pakistan Journalist On Kashmir

Updated 25 Sep 2019 07:12 PM

After getting repeated snubs on Kashmir issue despite his desperate attempts, Pakistan PM Imran Khan admitted that he failed in his attempt to internationalise the issue, and said he was disappointed with the world community.

Ever since India has suspended Article 370 which granted special status to Jammu and Kashmir, Pakistan has cried foul on several platforms. However, most of the countries backed New Delhi on the matter.
 


"(I am) Disappointed by the international community. If eight million Europeans or Jews or even eight Americans were put under siege, would the reaction have been the same? There's no pressure yet on Modi to lift the siege. We'll keep putting the pressure...What are 9,00,000 troops doing there? Once the curfew is lifted, god knows what is going to happen after that...You think Kashmiris will quietly accept that Kashmir has been annexed?" he stated at a press conference on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly. 

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