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The world praises PM Khan for a historic speech: At home, Bilawal is disappointed

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Pakistan People’s Party’s (PPP) chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has surprisingly expressed his disappointment on the way Prime Minister Imran Khan presented the case of Kashmir in the United Nations General Assembly. “Disappointed PM did not make stronger case for Kashmir’s right to self-determination as enshrined in UN resolutions. The fate of the people Kashmir must be decided by the people of Kashmir not Islamabad & Delhi.”

He further noted that “More emphasis on the fact that IOK is a disputed territory would help dispel impression there has been some sort of compromise on the issue. 2/2”

The premier spoke on four points; climate change, eliminating money laundering & tax heavens, Islamophobia and blasphemy of Prophet (PBUH), and freedom for Kashmir.  He focused on the Kashmir and offered a detailed account on what is going on the valley, who is Narendra Modi and what does he wish to accomplish.

Prime Minister Khan recently said that if someone thinks his government shall get toppled because of strict accountability policy, I am even willing to sacrifice my life for the national cause

His speech was so impressive that not only Pakistani media praised him for being simple, straightforward and impassioned but also international leaders lauded him. Former India occupied Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti has admired Prime Minister Imran Khan for his speech at the UNGA. In a tweet, she said, “Who would have thought that on a fine day, a Pakistani would warn the world about dangers of a fascist organisation like the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS).”

A former member of UK Parliament, George Galloway also lauded PM Khan, and said in a tweet, “Imran Khan played first-class Captain’s innings at UN General Assembly on Kashmir Bleeds.”

“Well played Sir,” he added.

Interestingly, after PM Khan’s last visit to the US and a successful meeting with the President Trump the PPP chairman intelligently offered unconditional support him. Taking to Twitter, the PPP chairman said: “I’ve many reservations about our PM, his undemocratic politics & economically fatal polices. I also believe much of his conduct abroad particularly his jalsa is unbecoming of a PM who is supposed to represent 🇵🇰 [Pakistan] not just PTI”.

It is believed that PPP chairman cunningly offered unconditional support to the prime minister after seeing a big crowd in the Washington DC. It would have been politically inappropriate to not support Khan even after seeing his support in the USA.

Pakistan’s permanent representative to the UN has said that it is the diplomatic win of Pakistan that Security Council took up the issue of Kashmir after 50 years. She also said that the Indian representative at the UN looked defensive who later had to accept that the Kashmir is an internationally recognized disputed territory.

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However, the PPP leadership pointed out that the PTI government is busy in victimizing its political opponents. The government has arrested leaders of PPP and PML (N) and has done nothing on any front. It is so unfortunate that Faryal Talpur was transferred to prison at midnight when her brother was in NAB’s custody and Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari was in Muzaffarabad to celebrate Eid with his Kashmiri brethren. This coward government had earlier arrested Maryam Nawaz in front of his father when she was visiting him in prison. This all is being done to satisfy the ego of puppet prime minister, he added.

Political analysts maintain that the opposition was expecting a soften treatment after the rise of Kashmir issue. However, the Khan-government did not show any flexibility regarding ongoing accountability drive. Prime Minister Khan recently said that if someone thinks his government shall get toppled because of strict accountability policy, “I am even willing to sacrifice my life for the national cause”.

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