The Sudanese Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi said on Sunday that the inquiry committee set up to investigate the Broadsheet scandal will expose everything, and Pakistan’s Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) will be Who signs the Broadsheet agreement is not responsible.
In an interview with the media in Multan on Sunday, he said that the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) claimed to overthrow the government but is now fighting for survival.
Shah Mahmood Qureshi said that the false and unnatural alliance of PDM has been exposed, adding that there is huge turbulence within the opposition and that it will soon collapse.
He said that there is no consensus among the parties to the PDM, adding that there are conflicts within the opposition alliance.
The Foreign Minister said that Pakistan and the United States have decided to continue to participate and work together to advance the bilateral agenda of the two countries and promote the common interests of the region and other regions.
“Pakistan is committed to sustainable peace in Afghanistan and will continue to facilitate Afghan peace process,” he said and added peaceful political settlement in Afghanistan is not only in favour of Pakistan, but also for the entire region.
The FM went on to say that Pakistan has played a role of facilitator to bring both parties on the table for dialogue and added that these efforts would continue in future.
Qureshi said that he informed the US Secretary of State about the priorities of the PTI-led government.
He expressed hope that new US administration would play its effective role for solution of Kashmir issue, adding that issue of Jammu and Kashmir was not internal matter of India but a globally recognized dispute.
Basic human rights were being violated in the valley, Qureshi said, adding that Jammu and Kashmir was made jail for last 17 months by the Modi government.
He added that despite the restrictions, the international community is still fully aware of the cruel actions of Cha Jam and the innocent people of Kashmir who are illegally occupied by India.
Contrary to history, now the international media is very active on the issue of IIJOK.
The Foreign Minister said that similarly, human rights organizations have expressed concern about human rights violations in the occupied valley.
He pointed out that these organizations criticized India’s atrocities in Jammu and Kashmir.