Pakistan PM praises J&K separatist leader, pledges ‘moral, political and diplomatic’ support

The letter was written by Sharif in response to the communication by the fire-brand separatist leader, expressing her satisfaction over the policy of Pakistan government on the Kashmir issue.

By: PTI | Srinagar | Published: November 16, 2015 8:07 pm
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Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has written to the leader of women separatist outfit Dukhtaran-e-Millat Asiya Indrabi, praising her role and pledging “moral, political and diplomatic” support of his government.

He has said the argument that the UN resolutions on the Kashmir issue have become outdated was not valid and called for early implementation of these resolutions.

The letter was written by Sharif in response to the communication by the fire-brand separatist leader, expressing her satisfaction over the policy of Pakistan government on the Kashmir issue.

“You have expressed faith in the present strategy is a matter of satisfaction for me. Pakistan does not look at Kashmir issue as geographical or boundary dispute. As far as we are concerned, it is the issue concerning the implementation of the formula attached with the division of India in 1947,” he has told Indrabi.

Attacking India, Sharif has said, “Prolonging the issue does not mean that the (UN) resolutions have lost their relevance.”

He added, “In the past, Pakistan did not lag behind in extending moral, political and diplomatic support to the Kashmiris for their struggle and Insha Allah will continue to stand shoulder to shoulder to the Kashmiris with more determination.”

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  1. D
    Nov 16, 2015 at 11:41 pm
    The Indian Express up your Kilt not allowing my comments
    1. P
      Nov 17, 2015 at 12:50 am
      The only way to handle this situation is to start giving diplomatic help to Baluchitan.
      1. A
        Nov 16, 2015 at 9:44 pm
        we need to support Balooch openly from now on
        1. B
          Nov 17, 2015 at 12:21 am
          1. Madhu Bahl
            Nov 17, 2015 at 2:45 am
            stan has raised a never ending question of Kashmir on basically all the international forums they have access to, but , unfortunately, all efforts have been proven to be in vain in extracting any sympathy on this issue. The reason being that the w world has realized that there is no basis to discuss this issue. Historical records reveal as well as the agreements signed between India and stan, especially the latest Simla Agreement, attests to the fact that this issue needs to be resolved only by India and stan without any third party's involvement. So, one fails to understand the logic behind stani leaders' raising this question on the international forums. It seems like they do not mind being humiliated at every step of the way to solve this issue. Prime Minister of stan emphasized in his latest letter to one of the separatists in Kashmir that plebiscite is the only solution to the Kashmir problem. Since Kashmir is an integral part of India, hence, there is no question of plebiscite. However, if Mr. Sharif is so much believer in plebiscite, one wonders if he will pursue this method of self-determination in POK, Karachi and Balochistan? Can he make a statement tomorrow to allow this plebiscite process or does he have to take a permission from the military/ISI nexus? Under his rule, Karachi is burning every day, Balochistan does not even recognize the civilian government in Islamabad, and Balochs are being crushed on a daily basis by the high-handedness of stani military and living a life of pretty close to nomads animals, people in POK would love to become part of India due to cruelty forced on them by the stani Jihadists supported by the stani military establishment. the civilian government in stan wants to keep this Kashmir issue alive to divert peoples' attention from the failed structure and crumbling walls of stan's economic, social and cultural segments of society. Suggestion to stan is to clean your own house first and do not try to throw your garbage over the wall of your neighbor.
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