KP CM urges world community for peaceful settlement of lingering Kashmir dispute


PESHAWAR, Oct 26 (APP):Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Mahmood Khan Friday said that October 27,1947 was undisputed the blackest day in the history of mankind and called for negotiated settlement to the longstanding issue, disrupting peace in the region.
In a message on the black day, the chief minister said the Indian brutal aggression on this day on the innocent Kashmiris wrote a new chapter of tyranny, barbarism, aggression and atrocities.
He condemned in the strongest words the suppression and atrocities of Indian barbaric approach towards Kashmiris. He reaffirmed to continue moral, political and diplomatic support to the plebiscite to the innocent people of Kashmir.
The chief minister said that on this day India entered their forces to deprive the people of Kashmir from their right of self determination. He said 70 years down the line, the people of Kashmir were still at the receiving end that was condemnable as the Indian forces were mercilessly killing them.
The only fault of the Kashmiris was that they were struggling for their liberation from the Indian illegal operation and that was appreciable. He hoped that the Kashmiris would win their war of freedom.
He called upon the international community to support the just cause of the Kashmiris and rescue them from the barbarism and atrocities of India.
The chief minister said that Indian had a dual standard on the occupation of the land of Kashmiris. He asked to find a negotiated settlement to the longstanding issue of Kashmir dispute, adding that it would be the first step towards a durable peace in the whole region. He asked the international community to play a positive role in the settlement of Kashmir dispute peacefully.