New York: PM Imran Khan has raised the Kashmir issue and the suspected chances of war between Pakistan and India during his official visit at the US in order to attend the 74th session of the United Nations general Assembly.
He has urged the United Nations to address Modi government and urged them to remove curfew in the region which has reached its 52 days.
During his meeting with the editors of The New York Times, he said, “If the UN doesn’t speak about it, who is going to speak about it?”
“They do not understand that this can go horribly wrong,” PM further added.
The Kashmir valley is under the brutalities of the Indian government for many years. However, this time, the Indian government has crossed all limits after violating human rights in Kashmir after scrapping Article 370 of the Indian Constitution.
“This is very dangerous because people don’t realize where it’s headed. It’s going to be a massacre, the moment they lift the curfew.”
This irrationality on the part of Modi government is going to result in major devastation between the countries which will also disturb global peace.
He mentioned that “Arrogance stops people from being rational.”
He stresses that the UN must intervene between Pakistan and India otherwise, the issue is not going to resolve through dialogues.
“This is the UN’s job. They have to intervene, send observers there.”
He further added that he wanted to the world aware of the going on the situation.
“At least the world will be aware because I fear an impending genocide.”