Pak must stick to its present Kashmir policy: Nayeem Khan

Alleging that Delhi is using deceptive diplomacy to release international pressure and kill time, Jammu Kashmir National Front Chairman, Nayeem Ahmad Khan today said that Pakistan must stick to its present Kashmir policy as it goes with the sentiments of Kashmiri people who are exhibiting commitment despite facing every kind of oppression.
Pak must stick to its present Kashmir policy: Nayeem Khan
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Alleging that Delhi is using deceptive diplomacy to release international pressure and kill time, Jammu Kashmir National Front Chairman, Nayeem Ahmad Khan today said that Pakistan must stick to its present Kashmir policy as it goes with the sentiments of Kashmiri people who are exhibiting commitment despite facing every kind of oppression.

In a statement here Khan welcomed Pakistan's decision to cancel the Common Wealth Speakers' Conference. "Islamabad has done a great service to Kashmir cause by not inviting the speaker of the Jammu Kashmir Assembly."

"New Delhi's deceptive diplomacy has too lost its relevance now as the whole world has come to know that New Delhi is not sincere in resolving issues," Khan said adding however, the steadfastness of Kashmiri people and pro-Kashmir policy of Pakistan can together "unveil Delhi's imperialistic face."

He said that whenever New Delhi would try to engage herself on any international level, it will find Kashmir dispute in its way. ""New Delhi will never get the permanent seat of UNSC unless it recognizes the resolutions passed by the international forum about Kashmir dispute and implement them in letter and spirit," he added.

Terming the present phase as important and decisive, Nayeem Ahmad Khan said that he would apprise Pakistan's NSA Sartaj Aziz about the details during the upcoming meeting with the later in New Delhi. "I will surely explain Sartaj Aziz how important the sticking of Pakistan on its national policy about Kashmir is and how it helps not only Kashmiris but Pakistan as well," he said.

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