PM effectively interpreted Ummah’s sentiments at UNGA: Zafar-ul-Haq

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ISLAMABAD, Sept 25 (APP): Leader of the House in Senate and Secretary General Motamar Al-Alam Al-Islami Raja Muhammad Zafar-ul-Haq Sunday said Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif fully and effectively interpreted sentiments of the Muslim Ummah at the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) session.

The speech was so effective that India, which is committing massive human rights violations in IHK, felt its pain, he told APP while commenting on the Prime Ministers address to 71st session of the UNGA.

Terming the address comprehensive and true reflection of the Ummah’s sentiments, Raja, who is a seasoned politician and parliamentarian, said he never heard such a speech in Pakistans history before.

He said the Prime Minister put before the world leaders the ground realities and gave practicable suggestions to resolve the longstanding issue of Kashmir for lasting peace in the South Asian region.

The Prime Minister also informed the world body about sufferings of the people of Palestine, he said.

Now, he said, the voice had started sounding in favour of the people of Indian Held Kashmir (IHK) in different countries including Germany, United States and even within India. The Kashmir issue also got the attention of the Secretary General of United Nations, he added.

He said Indian atrocities in Kashmir were being exposed by Pakistani leadership, and world leaders have now also started acknowledging Pakistans point of view.

He expressed confidence that sacrifices of the people of occupied Kashmir they rendered for their legitimate right to self-determination, as per the resolutions passed by the United Nations Security Council, would not go waste.

Answering a question, Raja said as follow-up of the PMs address, international media should be invited in Pakistan so that that it could better monitor and judge the massive human rights violations being faced by the people of IHK, because there was a ban on foreign media and publishing news related to the occupied Kashmir in India.

India has banned the media as she is the culprit and wants hiding her crimes, he remarked.

Besides, he said, foreign doctors and observers were not allowed to visit IHK, so Pakistan should also invite them and arrange their meetings with representatives of All Parties Hurriyat Conference and Kashmiri refugees to aware them of the ground realities.