Pakistani president condemns India’s actions

MUZAFFARABAD, Pakistan — The Newest on India’s determination to downgrade Kashmir’s standing (all instances native):


Pakistan’s president has condemned India’s downgrading of Kashmir’s standing as a violation of worldwide legislation and says Pakistan “is not going to depart Kashmiri folks alone.”

President Arif Alvi made his remarks Wednesday whereas hoisting Pakistan’s flag at a authorities constructing in Islamabad to begin celebrations of the nation’s Independence Day. Prime Minister Imran Khan travelled to Pakistan’s portion of divided Kashmir to precise solidarity with Kashmiris on the Indian aspect.

Alvi stated he was unhappy over seeing Indian atrocities in Indian-administered Kashmir and that Muslims don’t need battle however “if the battle is imposed on us, we is not going to step again.”

Pakistan has requested the U.N. Safety Council to fulfill on the difficulty.


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Pakistan’s prime minister has assured Kashmiri folks dwelling within the Indian-administered a part of the divided area that he helps them of their battle for self-determination.

In his assertion Wednesday, Imran Khan condemned New Delhi’s determination Aug. 5 to downgrade Kashmir’s standing, as he started celebrations marking Pakistan’s independence day.

Khan is marking the day in Pakistan’s a part of Kashmir to precise solidarity with Kashmiris on the Indian-controlled aspect. He’ll make a speech within the Legislative Meeting to denounce Indian human rights violations in Kashmir.

India and Pakistan gained independence in 1947 when British colonialists left the subcontinent. The following 12 months, they fought the primary of two wars over management of Kashmir. It ended with the area divided between them although each declare it solely.

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