Pakistani politicians’ united stance on Kashmir issue a strong message for India: Analyst

Black Day against Indian occupation of Kashmir to be observed on Oct 27

ISLAMABAD, Oct 3 (APP): The unanimous stance of
Pakistani politicians on Kashmir issue has sent a loud and
clear message to India, pursuing aggressive designs in the occupied valley, a political analyst Monday said.

Rasool Bux Raees, an expert of political science said
despite their differences, the politicians gathered at at the parliamentary party’s meeting openly supported the government on Kashmir issue, which was appreciable.

“The meeting showed that political forces stand with the
armed forces in supporting the Kashmiri people’s right to self determination,” Raees told APP when asked about the parliamentary party’s meeting convened by the Prime Minister here Monday.

Raees termed holding of such meeting by the Prime
Minister to develop political consensus on important national
issues, a “positive trend”.

He stressed the need for Pakistan to continue lobbying
for Kashmir issue and highlight gross human rights violation in Indian Occupied Kashmir.

“The world cannot give us a packaged solution on
Kashmir. We have to find it ourselves,” he said, adding that
Kashmiri diaspora could play a significant role in calling the world’s attention to the dispute.

On Indian prime minister’s threat of isolating Pakistan
at diplomatic level, the analyst said India could not succeed in such attempts.

However, he said terrorism on Pakistani soil sponsored
by India was the real threat, adding that it could be overcome by internal stability and peace.