Pakistan will not budge from principled stand on Kashmir: Firdous

ISLAMABAD, Aug 9 (APP):Federal Cabinet on Friday reaffirmed Pakistan’s commitment that it will not budge from its principled stand on Kashmir and will not show any flexibility on its position and national interests of the country.

Briefing the mediapersons about the meeting, Special Assistant to Prime minister on Information and Broadcasting Dr Firdous Ashiq Awan said the cabinet had endorsed measures being taken by the government on Kashmir cause in the wake of steps taken by India to change status quo in Kashmir.

Prime Minister Imran Khan, who chaired the meeting, took the cabinet into confidence on
regional situation emerging after revocation of independent status of Kashmir by India.

The prime minister directed the cabinet members to proactively use social media so as to expose atrocities by Indian forces in occupied Kashmir and also India’s open violation of international laws. The prime minister also directed them to make all out efforts to expose negative intentions of India, she said.