Indian Kashmir dispute has flared between arch rival of Asian region. On Wednesday National Security Committee meeting chaired by Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan has decided to limit diplomatic relations with India and suspend bilateral trade.
According to details, chiefs of the armed forces, intelligence officials and civilian leadership attended the meeting of the National Security Committee chaired by Prime Minister Imran Khan.
During the meeting, civil and military leadership took a detailed look at the latest situation in Kashmir, thoroughly reacted to Pakistan and consulted on possible options, made important decisions regarding domestic security and security.
The statement issued after the meeting said that occupied Indian Kashmir will be taken to the UN Security Council on August 14, Kashmiris will be celebrated as one-dimensional on August 14, while black will be celebrated on August 15.
The Prime Minister directed the meeting to use diplomatic means to expose Indian ambitions and the armed forces to be fully prepared. According to the statement, bilateral agreements with India will also be revised.
On Tuesday, Prime Minister Imran Khan addressed a joint session of Parliament to raise the issue against Indian tactics on Kashmir in the General Assembly and Security Council.
The Prime Minister said that if India took this game further, we would not be responsible for the loss in the first place, the world would have to play a role. The Indian move could threaten the peace, it could even be a traditional war. Will
Earlier, the Corps Commander, chaired by Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa, had decided that the Pak army would stand with the Kashmiris of occupied Indian Kashmir at all times. Standing together and we are ready for all sorts of situations, we will go to every extent to defend the homeland and the Pak army will support the Kashmiris till the end of the struggle.
Remember that on August 4, the meeting of the National Security Committee chaired by Prime Minister Imran Khan decided that Pakistan would respond to any aggression by India.
The National Security Committee strongly condemned the Indian aggression, the meeting said, adding that Pakistan would never leave Kashmiris alone.
It is clear that at the meeting of the Indian Parliament, the Indian Minister of Home Affairs presented a bill to abolish Article 370, after which the President of India signed the Bill to abolish Article 370 and handed over the Governor’s powers to the Council of Ministers, After which the special status of occupied Kashmir was abolished.
Rejecting the Indian declaration of occupied Indian Kashmir, Pakistan has said that no one-sided step in India can abolish the disputed status of Kashmir.