Pakistan’s military chief warns about changing Kashmir’s status | Instant News

Pakistanthis army on Sunday warned that any attempt to challenge the status of disputes managed by India Kashmir, including every step towards aggression, will be answered with full military force.

Kashmir “is a disputed territory and any attempt to challenge the disputed status including all military political thoughts related to aggression will be responded to with full national determination and military force,” army chief general Qamar Javed Bajwa said when handling troops stationed along the Control Line (LoC) – the de facto border that divides the disputed Himalayan valley between two nuclear rivals.

“Disrupting the strategic stability matrix in South Asia could have dire consequences,” he warned, referring to New Delhi which canceled decades of special status in the disputed region last August.

Bajwa, who spent Eid al-Fitr, marking the end of the holy month of Ramadan, with frontline soldiers on the Kashmir border, praised “professionalism, operational readiness and appropriate response” for alleged violations of the 2003 ceasefire agreement by Indian border forces.

Pakistan The army watched Eid al-Fitr in solidarity with Kashmir under Indian occupation especially since August 5 illegal, inhuman lockdowns, and atrocities that ensued, “he went on to say, according to a statement from the army.

India, he added, was trying to shift global attention from “a worsening humanitarian crisis and violence” in Kashmir to the Line of Control by “targeting innocent civilians.”

“The Pakistani army is fully alive in the spectrum of threats, and will remain prepared to do its part in accordance with national aspirations,” he said.

He said he hoped the international community would consider ensuring freedom of movement for UN observers in the Indian-run Kashmir region, as ensured by Pakistan in the part of the valley it controlled, “so that the tragic consequences of continued atrocities and inhumane acts in occupying the territory reported to the UN Security Council and the world at large. “

“Indian occupation forces can never suppress the valiant spirit of Kashmir who has the right to wait for a plebiscite under UN resolutions. Apart from trials, their struggle is destined to succeed, God willing. [God willing], “he concluded.


Kashmir is held by India and Pakistan in some parts but is claimed by both in full. This small piece of territory is also controlled by China.

Since they were partitioned in 1947, the two countries have fought three wars – in 1948, 1965 and 1971 – two of them in Kashmir.

Some Kashmir groups in Jammu and Kashmir have fought against the Indian government for independence, or union with neighboring Pakistan.

According to several human rights organizations, thousands of people have been killed and tortured in conflicts in the region since 1989.

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