Saturday, 19 September, 2020
Pakistan welcomes Chinese decision over Kashmir

Pakistan welcomes Chinese decision over Kashmir
Speaker of the National Assembly Asad Qaiser

Peshawar:Asad Qaiser, Speaker of the National Assembly welcomes the decision of China by backing the Pakistan’s request to not change the status of Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir and asked India to respond to the members of the United Nations Security Council.

Recently, China-backed Pakistan’s request for the United Nations Security Council to discuss India’s decision to revoke the special status of Indian Occupied Kashmir.
During a weekly briefing, the Chinese government foreign office spokesperson called Indian move as an unacceptable attempt to prevent Pakistan to defend legitimate rights and interests of Kashmiri people.He further informed the media personnel about China's resolve for regional peace and finding a peaceful solution for kashmir.  

While speaking with media during the inauguration ceremony of free medical camp in Marguz, Swabi, Speaker National Assembly Asad Qaiser appreciated Chinese stance over Kashmir and said that China has always supported Pakistan and extended it support for Kashmir issue. He further thanked China and underlines the commitment that Pakistan-China friendship is an unbreakable.

He also informed the media that India has planned to set up Nazi-style detention centers in occupied Kashmir.

He further said that a task force has been formed for price reduction of the flour. He also informed that 300,000 tons of wheat would also be imported this year. He revealed that a total of Rs. 96 million fines are imposed during the proceedings against 376 flour mills, licenses of 15 flour mills and wheat quota of 180 flour mills are also suspended.

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