PM Shehabaz requests that talks be held to resolve the Kaschmir issue: Pakistani media

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PM requests that the UN uphold its obligations to support Kashmiris’ right to self-determination.

ISLAMABAD: Pakistani Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif requested on Monday that India’s Narendra Modi hold sincere and serious talks to settle pressing issues, including Kashmir.

In an interview with the Al Arabiya news channel, the prime minister said, “Let us sit down at the table and have serious and sincere talks to resolve our burning issues, like Kashmir. That is my message to the Indian leadership and Prime Minister Narendra Modi.”

He claimed that flagrant human rights abuses were occurring daily in Kashmir and that India had usurped the Kashmiris’ supposed autonomy under Article 370 of the Indian Constitution. The independence was taken away in August 2019.

He added, “This must stop so that message can go around the world that India is ready to have talks,” in reference to the persecution of minorities in India.

According to Shehbaz, Pakistan and India are neighbours and must coexist.

“It is up to us whether we coexist peacefully and advance or fight and squander time and resources. Our three wars with India have only increased the suffering, destitution, and unemployment among the populace. We’ve learned our lesson, and as long as we can solve our actual issues, we want to live in peace.

“That is the message I want to give Prime Minister Modi,” he continued. “We want to alleviate poverty, achieve prosperity, provide education and health facilities and employment to our people and not waste our resources on bombs and ammunition.

He said, “God forbid a war breaks out, we are nuclear powers, armed to the teeth, and who will live to tell what happened.”

In order to bring India and Pakistan together, he claimed, the leadership of the United Arab Emirates could play a significant role. He also promised to hold sincere talks with the Indian leadership.

He claimed that Saudi Arabia was a friendly and brotherly nation where they had long-standing, exceptional brotherly relations.

He recalled that millions of Muslims had cordial ties with Saudi Arabia and were travelling to Makkah and Medina before Pakistan was created and split off from India.

Millions of Pakistanis, according to the prime minister, consider the United Arab Emirates to be a second home, and he described his successful visit there in that capacity.

He claimed that Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed was a devoted brother who supported Pakistan greatly and wished for its people to advance and prosper. Pakistan was also a great friend of Sheikh Zayed Al Nahyan’s, and Pakistan was in his soul.

The leadership of Pakistan and the Gulf nations have decided to work together in the areas of trade and culture, promote Islam as a religion of peace, and abhor all forms of terrorism. As strategic partners, we are cooperating.

According to the prime minister, Saudi Arabia and the Gulf brothers, who are dependable and trustworthy partners, did not provide Pakistan with the tangible and significant support that they did.

He claimed that Pakistan’s people were strong and brave, and that by fostering trade and investment, they would be able to stand on their own two feet.

In response to a query, he stated that coexistence was essential for the survival of the world, and that what was occurring in eastern Europe had had a catastrophic effect on global commodity prices.

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