Solution to Kashmir, Palestine crises as per UN resolutions sought

LAHORE   -  Punjab Governor Ch Sarwar and Special Advisor to Prime Minister on National Security Dr Moeed Yousaf stressed a need for resolving Kashmir and Palestine issues as per the United Nations resolutions for peace.

The governor had met the PM’s special advisor at Governor House on Thursday and discussed with him different matters including the former’s visit to USA, Palestine crisis, and Kashmir issue.

Ch Sarwar said: “Pakistan has been very successful on the diplomatic front under the leadership of Prime Minister Imran Khan.” He added: “There is no doubt that Prime Minister Imran Khan has not only emerged as the ambassador for Kashmiris, but he has also become the voice of Palestinians.”

He further said that the violation of ceasefire by Is-rael and bombardment on innocent Palestinians was condemnable. He urged the international organisa-tions of human rights to take action against that bru-tality. The governor said that Pakistan wanted peace while India promoted terrorism and extremism.

“Pakistan’s sacrifices for the eradication of terrorism and establishment of peace are unparalleled,” he stated, adding that India had been committing atroci-ties against its minorities which was disgraceful.

The governor apprised Dr Moeed Yousaf of his more than hundred meetings with the US officials during his visit to the USA. He said that the US offi-cials had appreciated Pakistan’s role in raising voice against Indian atrocities in Kashmir, human rights crisis in Palestine, Pakistan’s war on terrorism, and Afghan Peace Process. The Prime Minister’s advisor on National Security Dr Moeed Yousaf said that Pakistan stood with Kashmiri and Palestinian brethren.

He said that Paki-stan was a facilitator of the Afghan Peace Process and would continue to play its role in regional peace and stability.