LAHORE Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leader Chaudhry Mohammad Sarwar on Sunday stated party will not take ‘conventional decisions’ on Kashmir issue.
He vowed to take ‘bold decisions’ and made it overtly clear that PTI government will once again bring 70-year-old issue to limelight. Expressing grave concerns over severe violations of human rights and ongoing atrocities in the occupied valley, Sarwar stated that ‘target killing of Kashmiri youth’ has emerged as one of the biggest challenge for international community in the modern era.
Sarwar apprised the dream of establishing permanent peace in region can’t be accomplished till peaceful solution of Kashmir issue.
On ties with India, Sarwar said they want healthy relations with New Delhi but not at the cost of Kashmir issue. He stated that Kashmir will remain top agenda of talks with Indian officials.
Sarwar reiterated that Pakistan would continue to extend diplomatic, political and moral support to the people of Kashmir in their struggle for self-determination.
The picturesque Himalayan region is disputed between India and Pakistan and has been the scene of two wars between the countries.