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Indian Army is the Biggest Hurdle in the Resolution of the Kashmir Issue

Islamabad: Maulana Fazl ur Rahman, Chairman Kashmir Committee has observed that the Indian army was the biggest hurdle in the way of peace and security in the sub-continent, because the resolution of Kashmir issue was the main ingredient for peace and security in the region, which the Indian forces didn’t want to resolve.

The Chairman Kashmir Committee said that the whole world was pressing India to let the Kashmiris have a sigh of relief and live a peaceful life, which was possible only by withdrawal of the Indian security forces as well as repealing the draconian laws. Similarly, the puppet Chief Minister Umer Abdullah also wants to repeal Public Safety Act.

However, the Indian army is the biggest hurdle to this effect. He said, the matter of Siachin would have been settled much earlier, but the Indian army is against the settlement. They have now stacked more armaments and gunpowder there. He said, due to the activities of the Indian army at Siachin, many environmental complications would be created.

In the wake of melting of the Glacier, there will be an acute shortage of water in the region. In the light of these facts, it can be fairly said that the Indian army is the biggest hurdle in the way of peace and security in the region.

Maulana Fazl ur Rahman said that India was using the loan given by the World Bank in building roads in the State of Jammu and Kashmir which was wrong, because the State was a disputed area and the loan of the World Bank couldn’t be used for defense purposes there. He appealed to the World Bank to take notice of this fact and stop India from using its loan in these things.

For more information, contact:
Karamat Hussain Niazi
Secretary
National Assembly of Pakistan
Parliament House, Islamabad
Tel: +9251 922 1082 -83
Fax: +9251 922 1106

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