KL NEWS NETWORK
Enduring peace in South Asia region is deeply linked to the peaceful settlement of lingering Kashmir dispute. This was stated by the Prime Minister of Pakistan administered Kashmir (PaK) Chaudhary Abdul Majeed.
According to a report, Majeed called upon international community to play its due role in resolving Kashmir issue to establish durable peace in South Asia.
“India could not suppress Kashmiris struggle for Right to Self Determination through the force of guns and day is not too far when it will be freed from Indian yoke,” the radio report quoted Majeed as saying.
Meanwhile, chief of Pakistan’s banned JuD, Hafiz Saeed, has said his organisation will not allow destruction of Hindu temples and other holy places of non- Muslims in the country.
It was Muslims’ responsibility to safeguard holy places of their Hindus brethren, he said while addressing a meeting in Matli town of Sindh province yesterday.
“We will not allow destruction of temples and other holy places of non-Muslims in the country,” he warned.
The Jama’at-ud-Dawa (JuD) chief rejected allegations that his organisation is promoting extremism in Thar area of Sindh, which borders India, by opening seminaries in the poverty- stricken arid region.
Saeed also pledged support for Kashmiri Muslims, according to a Dawn report.
He said the law enforcement agencies were sincerely trying to fight against anti-state actors and RAW agents but the Nawaz Sharif government remained silent over it.