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Kashmir issue: one more blow to Pakistan, these countries including the Taliban did not respond


Kashmir issue one more blow to Pakistan, these countries including the Taliban did not respond

Pakistan has also received a setback from its own Taliban on the Kashmir issue. The Taliban have opposed linking Afghanistan and Kashmir issue. Taliban spokesman Zabiullah Mujahid said some efforts were being made to connect the Kashmir issue with Afghanistan.
This will not help in dealing with the crisis, because the issue of Afghanistan has nothing to do with it. Apart from this, Afghanistan does not want to be caught between the competition of other countries. ' The Taliban has criticized Pakistan for comparing the Kashmir issue with Afghanistan.

Former President Hamid Karzai lambasted Pakistan

Former Afghan President Hamid Karzai also exhorted Pakistan not to use violence to create instability in the region. Karzai said, "Connecting Afghanistan's peace process with its objective in Kashmir shows that Pakistan sees Afghanistan as just a strategic tool." I want to tell the Government of Pakistan to stop using violence as its weapon in the region. We hope that the Modi government's decision on Jammu and Kashmir will prove to be better for the state and the people of India. '

Pakistan reached China due to lack of support from the US, UN

Pakistan's fury has been increasing since the abolition of the provisions of Article 370, which gave special status to Jammu and Kashmir. Here, the United Nations reminded Pakistan of the Simla Agreement by refusing to intervene in Kashmir.

On the other hand, the US said that its policy on Kashmir has not changed. It has also appealed to both countries to maintain peace and restraint. Pakistan is falling apart in the world community after receiving a setback from the US and the United Nations.

Pakistan's foreign minister reached China in a hurry on Friday after the US and the UN were not supported. Meanwhile, China has advised both countries to resolve disputes through dialogue. The move to connect Kashmir issue with Afghanistan also did not work for Pakistan.

Kashmir issue one more blow to Pakistan, these countries including the Taliban did not respond
UN reminds Shimla agreement of Pak

After increasing tension between India and Pakistan over Jammu and Kashmir, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has appealed to both countries to exercise maximum restraint on the issue. At the same time, Gutarais reminded Pakistan of the 1972 Simla Agreement between New Delhi and Islamabad, which denied third party arbitration in Kashmir.

The agreement states that the final status of Jammu and Kashmir will be decided in peaceful ways as per the UN Charter. Gutarais recalled the Simla Agreement saying that Kashmir is a bilateral issue between India and Pakistan and does not require third-party mediation. After the abolition of Article 370 from Jammu and Kashmir, Pakistan had urged the UN Secretary-General to play an appropriate role.

Our policy on Kashmir is not changed: America

The United States has instructed Islamabad in the aftermath of Pakistan's shock from the UN. He said that there has been no change in his policy on Kashmir and he called upon India and Pakistan to exercise peace and restraint.

Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Morgan Ortagus was asked by reporters whether there was any change in US policy on Kashmir? In response, Ortagus said, "America's policy has been that Kashmir is a bilateral issue between India and Pakistan and both countries have to decide on the pace and scope of negotiations on this issue."

If there is any change in the policy, I will definitely announce it, but it is not so. ”He also said that the US supports talks between India and Pakistan on Kashmir. We have appealed to all sides to maintain peace and restraint. The US is keeping a close watch on the situation in Kashmir.

Pak foreign minister reached Beijing 

Pakistan has reached China due to non-cooperation from the UN and the US. Pakistan's Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi arrived in Beijing on Friday to gain China's support.

Before leaving for China, Qureshi said that by taking an unconstitutional decision on Kashmir, India is trying to ruin regional peace. Pakistan will try to take the Chinese leadership into confidence on this issue. At the same time, China has advised resolving disputes through talks with India and Pakistan.

The Chinese Foreign Ministry said that we appeal to both countries to settle disputes by mutual consent and negotiation and jointly establish regional peace and stability. "Let us also state that China also separated Ladakh from Jammu and Kashmir at the center. Had lodged a protest against India's decision to form a governed state.

Pakistan breaks cultural ties with India

After banning Indian films, Pakistan has now decided to end all forms of cultural exchanges with India, including all types of joint ventures between the entertainment industry of the two countries.

According to the media report, Pakistan's Ministry of Information and Broadcasting on Thursday inaugurated the national slogan of 'Bharat ko Na Kehon'.
Firdaus Aashiq Awan, Special Assistant to Prime Minister Imran Khan on Information and Broadcasting, said, 'All Indian material has been stopped and instructed the Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority to take action against the sale of Indian DTH equipment along with surveillance has gone. In Pakistan, all types of Indian content plays and films will be completely banned. '

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