PM Imran Khan.
ISLAMABAD: Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan will celebrate Independence Day (August 14) in Pakistan’s administered Kashmir, where he addressed the Legislative Assembly after repealing Article 370 of the Constitution giving special status to Jammu and Kashmir. Are.
According to the Pakistan Prime Minister’s Office, Imran Khan, along with several ministers, will leave for Muzaffarabad August 14 and hold a party conference there. They will be presented with the Guard of Honor.
“The Prime Minister will travel by helicopter for a one-day visit to Kashmir with his other ministers,” the Prime Minister’s Office said.
He will also meet members of the All Parties Hurriyat Conference and other political representatives, including other Kashmiri leaders.
Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi visited Muz
affarabad on Eid on Monday and had prepared the ground for Imran Khan’s visit.
“The Pakistani nation and political leadership unite on Kashmir issue and a voice will be raised in support of Kashmiris August 14th.” Qureshi had said.
In a circular August 10, the Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (PEMRA) allegedly directed local media to unite with “brave Kashmiris” on August 14.
Pakistan also announced that it will celebrate August 15, Independence Day, as Black.
In a tweet on Sunday, Imran Khan strongly criticized the Narendra Modi government and compared the RSS ideology to the Nazis.
Islamabad: Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan on Sunday asked whether Indian Hindu nationalism would stand with the international community in Muslim-majority Kashmir, he said, which is equivalent to pleasing Hitler.
His outrage over Twitter came as the dispute between the two countries began last week after New Delhi overthrew state-owned constitutional sovereignty and took full control of the central government.
Article 370 was a constitutional clause under which Jammu and Kashmir was allowed semi-autonomy over laws – a feature not enjoyed by other Indian states. Article 370 states that apart from Kashmiris, Indian citizens could not buy land in Kashmir.