Won't allow India to resolve Kashmir issue in its way: Pak
Pakistan will not allow India to resolve the Kashmir issue in its own way and plans to send envoys to different countries to brief them about 'Indian aggression' along the LoC, the prime minister's advisor on foreign affairs and national security Sartaj Aziz has said.Updated: Oct 26, 2014 15:36 IST
Pakistan will not allow India to resolve the Kashmir issue in its own way and plans to send envoys to different countries to brief them about "Indian aggression" along the LoC, the prime minister's advisor on foreign affairs and national security Sartaj Aziz has said.
"India wants to resolve the Kashmir dispute in its own way and Pakistan will not allow this Indian attempt to succeed," he told reporters on Saturday.
Aziz said that Pakistan's desire for peace should not be misunderstood as it weakness.
He said that Pakistan would continue to raise the Kashmir issue at the international forums.
He alleged that India was violating the Line of Control peace and Pakistan just responding.
"The government will send emissaries and delegations to different countries to inform them about the Indian aggression on Line of Control and human rights violations in occupied Kashmir by the Indian forces," he added.
He said UN resolutions on Kashmir are still relevant and cannot be replaced by bilateral agreements.
"We are making efforts at an international level to make the UN Military Observers Mission more active," he said.
Pakistan has already written to the UN Secretary General about the recent deadly clashes and UN observers have also visited the villages hit by Indian firing.
First Published: Oct 26, 2014 15:33 IST