Pakistani prime minister Nawaz Sharif speaking at the UN General Assembly drew world’s attention to India’s brutality and occupation in the disputed Jammu and Kashmir Valley.
Sharif said that his government wants peace with India but the ruling BJP and its Hindu extremist allies are not reciprocating in good faith.
He said his government is ready for talks with India about nuclear non-proliferation (NPT). Both Pakistan and India along with the Zionist entity are not signatories to the NPT. Both countries are known to posses more than 90 nuclear bombs each.
He said that Pakistan is victim of foreign-sponsored terrorism.
Sharif said that peace in Afghanistan could only be achieved through negotiations between Kabul government and Taliban. And foreign powers must stop meddling in Afghan conflict.
Nawaz Sharif hailed Burhan Wani, 22, as a Kashmiri martyr which irked New Delhi. Wani was killed by the Hindu occupation forces on July 8. Sharif said that Wani has emerged as a symbol of latest Intifada in Kashmir – a popular and peaceful freedom movement.
Indian and pro-Israel Baloch separatists demonstrated outside the UN building ahead of Nawaz Sharif address.
On August 15, 2016 during his speech on India’s Independence Day, Indian prime minister Narendra Modi accused Pakistan of human rights abuses in its Balochistan province in order to whitewash India’s crimes in Kashmir Valley.
Islamabad has repeatedly accused Indian intelligence RAW of providing logistical support to the longstanding ethno-national secessionist insurgency in Balochistan. Pakistan’s impoverished south-western province is resource-rich. But its geo-strategic importance has greatly increased, because its newly-built Arabian Sea port, Gwadar, has emerged as the linchpin of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor – a rail, road and pipeline network that will link western China with the Middle East and Africa.
New Delhi considers China its arch enemy since Indian army’s humiliation in the 1960s.
US-Israel also support Iran’s Baloch separatist group Jundallah that wants to merge Iranian Baloch territory with US-Israel protected Greater Balochistan.
On Tuesday, two Israel-First congressmen, Ted Poe and Dana Rohrabacher moved a bill at the US Congress to declare Pakistan a ‘terrorist state’ in the aftermath of Kashmiri Mujahideen attack on an Indian military base inside Indian annexed part of the disputed Jammu and Kashmir Valley – killing 17 Indian soldiers and wounding another 23 soldiers.