Governor Punjab Pens Letter to UK’s Parliament Over Kashmir Crisis

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Governor Punjab Pens Letter to UK’s Parliament Over Kashmir Crisis
Governor Punjab Pens Letter to UK’s Parliament Over Kashmir Crisis
After Speaker National Assembly Asad Qaisar’s letter to 198 parliaments, now Governor Punjab Chaudhry Muhammad Sarwar on Friday (August 9) penned a letter to the UK’s Parliament over stripping occupied Kashmir of its special status. Sarwar in his letter has raised concerns over the revocation of Article 370 and 35A. Kashmir is a disputed territory and should be resolved through the United Nations’ resolutions.

“India tried to blame Pakistan over Pulwama attack, but it failed in its nefarious designs”, the letter read and added despite tensions Pakistan handed over Indian pilot as a gesture of peace. In the letter, the governor has made it clear that Pakistan’s efforts for peace in the region, should not be taken as its weakness. He has urged UK’s and EU parliaments to play their active role in resolving the Kashmir conflict.

The federal government has continued its efforts to raise the issue of Indian occupied Kashmir internationally after the revocation of Article 370 and 35A as the Speaker National Assembly (NA) Asad Qaiser sent letters to 189 parliaments.

Speaker NA Writes To 198 Parliaments Over Kashmir Tensions
The issue of the occupied Kashmir has been raised by the Pakistani government as the Speaker Asad Qaiser apprised the parliaments of various countries regarding the deteriorated situation of IoK and Indian aggression continued in the valley which increases tensions in the

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