Good Relationships with India Not Possible Until Kashmir Is Resolved: Pakistan’s New Prime Minister

Soon after becoming Pakistan’s Prime Minister, Shehbaz Sharif made a speech on Monday. He said that the people of Kashmir were “bleeding” and that Pakistan would give them “diplomatic and moral support” and raise the issue at every international meeting.

After a high-stakes political fight, the 70-year-old leader, who took over for Imran Khan, said he wanted good relations with India, but they can’t happen until Kashmir is solved.

He said there isn’t a choice about who we live next to. Pakistan’s relationship with India has never been good.

He said that Khan didn’t make “serious and diplomatic efforts” when India changed the Article 370 law in August 2019.

“It was in August 2019 that the forceful encroachment took place, and Article 370 was abolished. What serious efforts did we make to try to get back together?

There is a lot of blood on the roads in Kashmir, and the Kashmir Valley is red because of it. “It was the younger brother of former three-term Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif who said this.

Because of the Kashmir issue, he said he wanted to build better relationships with India, but he linked it to the issue.

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It’s not possible to have long-term peace with India until the Kashmir dispute is settle. Pakistan will keep giving political, diplomatic, and moral support to the people of Kashmir as long as they are in need.

“Everyone we meet will be able to speak up for Kashmiris. Our diplomatic and moral support for them will help them get through this tough time, “he said more.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi should come forward to deal with the Kashmir issue so that both countries can work on things like poverty, unemployment, and a lack of medicines.

“Reasons why we don’t want our children and grandchildren to deal with pain In line with UN resolutions and those of Kashmiris, we should solve the Kashmir issue so that both sides of the border don’t have to be poor, “he said more.

Ties between India and Pakistan broke down after a terror attack on the Pathankot Air Force base in 2016. Terror groups in Pakistan were behind the attack, and they were based there. After more attacks, the relationship got even worse, including one on an Indian Army camp in Uri.

After India said that it would stop giving Jammu and Kashmir special powers and split the state into two territories in August 2019, the relationship worsened.

The decision by India in 2019 to remove Jammu and Kashmir’s special status was very upsetting to Pakistan, so it cut off diplomatic ties and kicked out the Indian High Commissioner in Islamabad.

It also cut off all air and land links with India and stopped trade and rail services with India.

India has said that there should be no terror, hostility, or violence between India and Pakistan. India has said that Pakistan has to make sure there is no terror or hostility.


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