By Muhammad Luqman
Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that Indian government will not succeed in its ambitions in Kashmir because Kashmiris have overcome the fear of death.
“I chose to become Kashmir’s ambassador because I am a Pakistani, a Muslim and above all a human being. It is a humanitarian issue,”. He said while Speaking at a mammoth rally in Azad Kashmir’s capital Muzaffarabad, on Friday.
The prime minister of Pakistan used his speech to convey the message to his Indian counterpart that only cowards inflict cruelties on people the way Indian forces have been doing by imposing a clampdown in Kashmir, according to English newspaper, Daily The News.
“No brave man will subject women and children to atrocities,” PM Imran said.
“You won’t be successful no matter how much cruelties you inflict. Because they have overcome the fear of death, you can’t defeat them,” he said addressing the Indian prime minister.
“Modi is a member of RSS since childhood. RSS is filled with hatred for Muslims. It has only two purposes to serve; India is only for Hindus. Muslims, Christians and other minorities are not equal citizens,” he said.
The prime minister advised the youth of Azad Kashmir not to cross the Line Of Control.
“Let me go to United Nations General Assembly first,” he said.
The prime minister once again warned India against repeating the actions of February 27 as it will elicit a tit-for-tat response.
Kashmiris accorded a warm welcome to the prime minister in Muzaffarabad which was adorned with banners and posters welcoming Imran Khan.
The rally began with anthem of Azad Kashmir after Prime Minister arrived at the venue.
Shahid Afridi, Shehzad Roy, Fakhir, Hareem Farooq, Humayun Saeed and other celebrities from showbiz and sports travelled to Muzaffarabad to attend the rally and voice support for the people of Kashmir.
Azad Kashmir Prime Minister Raja Farooq Haider, Minister for Kashmir Affairs Ali Amin Gandapur and Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi addressed the rally.