LAHORE: Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani on Saturday said that British Prime Minister David Cameron should take notice of human rights violations in Indian Kashmir.
Addressing a public gathering near Sargodha, Gilani said that Cameron spoke on terrorism but ignored Kashmir. He also said that Pakistan will never compromise on its nuclear program.
The prime minister said that Pakistan has rendered more sacrifices than NATO in the ongoing war on terror and the international community must respect Pakistan’s institutions.
Altaf Hussain on Cameron’s statements
Meanwhile, MQM Chief Altaf Hussain termed the statements made by Cameron as highly unfortunate. He also advised President Zardari to review his visit to Britain keeping in mind the sentiments of the general public in reaction to the British PM’s statements.
Hussain said that on an international level Pakistan has been the centre of baseless allegations. In this regard, he stated that Cameron’s statements regarding pakistan’s cooperation with terrorists is utterly saddening.
The MQM chief contended that during the last few years, security forces in Pakistan have given innumerable sacrifices in the war on terror. He added that Pakistani civilians have also been targeted in massive numbers by terrorist attacks yet the nation sadly faces such accusations.
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