Islamabad: Prime Minister Imran Khan announced on Tuesday the approval of a new political map of Pakistan, which includes Kashmir, which is entirely occupied by Indians.
The resolution was approved at a cabinet meeting chaired by Prime Minister Imran earlier today. At the meeting, participants were informed of the latest situation in the Muslim majority area.
The Prime Minister shared the details of the cabinet meeting decision in a national live television speech. He said: “Today is the most important day in history. We are showing the world a new political map of Pakistan.”
“The cabinet has approved the map,” he said, adding that the Kashmiri and national leadership has also green-signalled it. The new map would now be used in school and colleges as well, he added.
Reading the map will determine the final status of “Chammu and Kashmir illegally occupied by India” in accordance with relevant UN Security Council resolutions.
“Reject India’s tactics”
Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi explained the changes made in the new map, saying it reflects the wishes and wishes of the Pakistani people.
Qureshi congratulated the current government on the release of a map of the country, which includes Gilgit-Baltistan, Azad Jammu and Kashmir.
“Pakistan has made it clear today that we reject India’s tactics and that Islamabad is ready for a peaceful solution to the disputed territories — Gilgit Baltistan and Kashmir,” he said.
“The first thing that this map clears is that the solution to Kashmir will stem from the United Nations Security Council’s Resolution [of 1948], which has been printed on the map.
“The second point it clears is that the Siachin is ours and it shall remain that way,” he added.
Pakistan’s “Destination is Srinagar”
Speaking of Sir Crick, the Foreign Minister said: “Pakistan denies India’s claim that it is heading to the West; we deny this claim and make it clear that our border is in the East.”
Qureshi said that India made these demands to seize several acres of land in Pakistan’s exclusive economic zone. He added that the former FATA has merged with Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province.
The minister said that the cabinet, Kashmir leaders and the Pakistani government all support this step, noting that it “assures the Kashmiris that Pakistan is behind them.”
“Our destination is Srinagar […] today is a historic day,” Qureshi added.
Mapping “first step”
Prime Minister Imran (Imran) said after briefing the minister that the only solution to the Kashmir issue is the adoption of UN Resolution 39, passed on January 20, 1948, which gives Kashmiris the right to merge with Pakistan or India. .
“India is trying to shift people to Kashmir in a bid to make Kashmiris a minority in the region,” he said.
Prime Minister Imran reiterated that his government will raise the plight of Kashmiris in all possible forums. He added: “This map is the first step, and our fight for Kashmir will move forward.”