PM Imran Khan cautions Kashmiris in Pakistan against crossing LoC

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Islamabad - He urged them not to cross the LoC to enter Indian-administered Kashmir.

By Web Report

Published: Sat 5 Oct 2019, 9:38 AM

Last updated: Sat 5 Oct 2019, 6:34 PM

Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan urged 'any one' from crossing the LoC (Line of Control) and into Indian-administered Kashmir as they will be playing into the hands of the Indian narrative - in turn hurting the Kashmiris' struggle.
On his 67th birthday, Khan took to Twitter to remind the world of the 'inhumane' curfew of over two months in India's Kashmir.

Realising that sentiments are high among the people of Pakistan and Pakistan-administered Kashmir, the PM requested citizens to not cross the LoC  - through Pakistan-administered Kashmir - to provide humanitarian aid or support for Kashmiri struggle as it will be playing into the hands of India, whose narrative he claimed is to label the indigenous Kashmiri struggle as 'Islamic terrorism' driven by Pakistan.
He warned that such actions by any one in Pakistan will give India the excuse to attack across the LoC.
Earlier last month, PM Khan's fiery speech at the UN warned of a nuclear war between the two countries if the United Nations did not play its role in resolving the situation.
A study by US universities estimated that over a 100 million people would die in case a nuclear war breaks out between the two countries - while affecting the rest of the world too.

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