Islamabad: Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Friday said Kashmir will be part of Pakistan one day. Backing the Kashmiris’ struggle in Kashmir, Nawaz Sharif said the independence movement cannot be suppressed by using brute force.
“A day will come when Kashmir will accede to Pakistan. Pakistan will not abandon Kashmiris struggle to right to self-determination,” he said while addressing a rally in Muzaffarabad.
Mr Sharif said the people had rejected negative politics by giving thumping majority to the Pakistan Muslim League (Nawaz) in Legislative Assembly elections held on Thursday. The Prime Minister said success in politics can only be derived through serving instead of staging sitins.
Later, Pakistan’s civil and military leadership on Friday decided to approach the Human Rights Council of the United Nations to send a fact finding mission to Kashmir after the recent violence. The decision was taken at a meeting of the National Security Comm-ittee chaired by Mr Sharif here, said an official statement.
The meeting demanded ban on the use of pellet guns in the Valley for dispersing people exercising their right to protest.
It unanimously called upon the international community to condemn the blatant human rights violations and play their role in ensuring the realisation of human rights of the Kashmiri people through fulfilling its commitments towards the people of Jammu and Kashmir under the UNSC resolutions.