Hitting back at Modi: Kashmir brutalities will isolate India, says Rashid

New Delhi will remain restless if unrest persists in Srinagar, says minister


APP September 26, 2016
Rashid said the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) project would not only benefit both countries but it would also benefit the entire world. PHOTO: APP

LAHORE: Information Minister Pervaiz Rashid on Sunday said atrocities in Indian-Occupied Kashmir will isolate India internationally.

"Oppressors are left isolated in this world. India will have to stop oppression, if it has to avert international isolation," he told reporters after attending the All Pakistan Music Conference in Lahore. “How can India talk about isolating Pakistan?” he asked.

Rashid said India should learn a lesson of peace from Europe and the Association of Southeast Asian  Nations (Asean). He said New Delhi will remain restless if unrest persists in Srinagar. The minister added that India should stop dreaming about unrest in Balochistan because there was not a single voice Delhi would find pleasing in Balochistan. "Pakistan Zindabad slogans are being raised in Balochistan. Pakistan’s biggest flag waved there on August 14."

Rashid said the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) project would not only benefit both countries but it would also benefit the entire world. “Thus, Indian opposition to the project means opposition to the whole world.”

Published in The Express Tribune, September 26th, 2016.

COMMENTS (1)

Deepak Arora | 5 years ago | Reply Pakistan should be assured that Baluchistan will be with it but it also need to come to the terms with the fact that it can not get Kashmir from India. Now you can speaks at whatever length you want on this but the reality remains.
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