Imran Khan Shares Current Kashmir Situation with Saudi Crown Prince Suleman

The Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed ben Salman was phoned by Prime Minister Imran Khan on Wednesdays and the recent events in the occupied Kashmir were discussed. The representatives discussed the developments in the region and efforts to accomplish them, according to the Saudi news agency SPA.

The telephone call between the two rulers follows the abolition of Article 370 by the Indian Government, which granted Indian occupied Kashmir the unique status. 


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Modi Government hurried to abolish Article 370 by a presidential order on Monday, renouncing the unique status of occupied Kashmir and making the State a union territory with the legislature. This move was the result of days of uncertainty in the region which began on Friday when New Delhi ordered the "immediately" leave of tourists and Hindu pilgrims from Kashmir.

The announcement created chaotic scenes in the Indian Parliament and led to the protests by opposition politicians with shouting by Congress as a” catastrophic step".

Meanwhile army stated its point in core commander meeting held in GHQ Rawalpindi.


We Are Prepared to Fulfil Our Obligations Towards the People of Kashmir In Any Way: ISPR

The Pakistan military command said that they:

"fully supported the government's rejections of Indian actions regarding Kashmir" and is "prepared and shall go to any extent to fulfil our obligations to the Kashmiri people,"

On Thursday following the completion of the Corps Commander's Meeting held in Rawalpindi, the Director-General of Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), Maj Gen Asif Ghafoor, said.

"Pakistan never recognised the sham Indian efforts to legalise its occupation of Jammu & Kashmir through article 370 or 35-A decades ago, efforts which have now been revoked by India itself,"

He said in his tweets from his official account.

"Pakistan Army firmly stands by the Kashmiris in their just struggle to the very end. We are prepared and shall go to any extent to fulfil our obligations in this regard,”

The DG ISPR quoted Army Chief Gen Qamar Javed Bajwa as saying in CCC.


The meeting was conducted at the Rawalpindi General Headquarters to address the decision of India to extract Article 370 from its constitution by denying the unique status of occupied Kashmir as a state.


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