‘Pakistan facing water aggression of India’

October 05, 2013

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Federal Minister for Defence Production Rana Tanveer Hussain said here on Friday that Pakistan was facing water aggression of India after the Kashmir dispute and the United Nations had also failed to resolve the issue in seven decades. Addressing a “Kashmir: Haq-e-Khud Iradiyyat (right of self-determination)” conference arranged by Nazria-e-Pakistan Trust, the minister said Pakistan would continue its moral and diplomatic support to the people of Kashmir.

Rana Tanveer called upon the United Nations to play its role in resolution of the dispute as durable peace was not possible in South Asia until a peaceful settlement of the Kashmir dispute according to aspirations of Kashmiris. He said PML-N supported the Kahmiris’ right to self-determination and wanted a peaceful solution of the issue. Nawa-e-Waqt and Nation chief editor Majid Nizami, Moulana Muhammad Shafi Josh, President Nazria-e-Pakistan Forum, Azad Kashmir, Dr Muhammad Rafiq and Fareed Paracha also spoke. Courtesy: Business Recorder

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