Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif said on Friday that Uri attack might have been a reaction to Indian brutalities in (occupied) Kashmir.
According toAaj News, Nawaz Sharif urged the Indian government to conduct an inquiry into the killings of 108 innocent Kashmiris.
Speaking to media persons at London Luton Airport during a stopover in London on his return from New York, he said that at the United Nations General Assembly 71st session, all listened to Pakistan’s case on Kashmir issue.
He said India “does not speak about its atrocities, but only blames others.” He said no durable peace could be established without just resolution of Kashmir issue.
He said India blamed Pakistan for Uri attack without any inquiry and within hours of the attack. No sensible person will accept this, he said.
The premier said Pakistan was preparing for the upcoming SAARC Summit. He hoped all heads of member states would attend the session.
He parried a question about extension in the service of Army Chief General Raheel Sharif, asking the reporter to ask any other question.
He said Balochistan would be linked with Central Asia through the China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC). He said CPEC was a thorn in the flesh of enemies.
On PTI’s planned ‘Raiwind march’ he urged PML-N workers not to impede any protest. On a question about possible meeting with Asif Zardari in London, Prime Minister said political parties and leaders should remain in touch and they should contact each other according to democratic traditions.
He said he would soon visit Muzaffarabad. He said he had approved more development schemes for Azad Jammu and Kashmir. -Business Recorder