ISLAMABAD – No Hope For Kashmir In Modi Government. Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that there is no hope for a resolution of Kashmir issue as long as Narendra Modi is in power.
According to details, the prime minister was giving an interview to Belgian channel VRT. “I do not see much hope with this [Modi] government. But I do see that in future an Indian government, strong leadership, would want this issue to be resolved,” the PM said. Further adding that India has an extremist ideology. He said Indian government has put eight million Kashmiris in an open prison. No Hope For Kashmir In Modi Government: Imran Khan
While speaking about Pakistan’s contributions in the war on terror, the PM said that seventy thousand Pakistanis lost their lives. But now, he said, 2019 his first year in power, was the safest year in Pakistan since 9/11.
On Afghan peace process, the premier said that his government has left no stone unturned for peace in Afghanistan. “It is not going to be easy because there has been 19 years of conflict. But it is for the first time moving in the right direction,” the PM said.
He continued that the United States wants peace and dialogue with the Taliban, adding that even the Taliban are now sitting with the Americans. “The next phase will be ceasefire and then possibly an agreement,” the PM added.
While talking about Pakistan’s economy, PM said that 2019 was a tough year for his government. Yet they had brought the current account deficit down by 75 percent in one year. He expressed confidence that 2020 will be the year for Pakistan, adding that the economy will show sign of recovery.