Coas says Kashmiris

Coas says Kashmiris' struggle 'Destined to Succeed' despite ordeal



Rawalpindi: Kashmir's' justified warfare changed into "destined to be triumphant" in spite of ordeal, chief of navy team of workers (COAS) fashionable Qamar Javed Bajwa stated even as presiding the 229th corps commanders' conference right here at the general headquarters (ghq).

in keeping with a declaration issued thursday via the inter-services public relations (ispr), the meeting paid a glowing tribute to the ones living in the occupied Kashmir and braving a endured siege in addition to the indian navy's brutalities.


"Repression of Indian occupying forces can never deny Kashmiris their right to self-dedication as promised with the aid of un resolutions. no matter the ordeal, their just struggle is destined to succeed," gen Bajwa stated, as consistent with the ispr's declaration.

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the ccc also reviewed the Geo-strategic state of affairs, focusing in particular on Pakistan's inner safety and the state of affairs on borders. "provocative statements of Indian management are irresponsible rhetoric with implications for the vicinity," it brought.

as in step with the military's media wing, the commanders resolved that Pakistan's armed forces "are forces of order and peace and absolutely prepared to thwart any misadventure, regardless of the value". 


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Earlier in the day, Prime Minister Imran Khan warned his Indian counterpart, Narendra Modi, announcing if the latter dared to assault Pakistan, it would be his "last mistake".

"Modi, your first mistake was once on August 5 when you revoked the exceptional repute of Kashmir," the prime minister said at Mirpur rally.

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The premier said Kashmir problem "has end up internationalised" in the ultimate six months. Whether it is an problem with Iran and Saudi Arabia or it is about the Afghan peace process, we attempt our exceptional to remedy it," he added.


The PM also known as out Modi over jetting on a campaign of hatred to win the elections. "Anything primarily based on hate usually ends in disaster," he said. "After he gained the election he stated he would do that in Kashmir what used to be in the RSS manifesto and revoked Kashmir’s autonomy and put it beneath lock-down.

"To the human beings of Kashmir I just want to say that our prayers are with you and I can guarantee you that you will now emerge as independent," he added.




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