Pak Army firmly stands by Kashmiris’ just struggle: COAS

226

RAWALPINDI
Chief of the Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa Tuesday chaired the Corps Commanders Conference (CCC) at the General Headquarters (GHQ), Rawalpindi to analyze the deteriorating situation in the India-occupied Kashmir (IoK). The Corps Commander Conference declared that the forum fully supported Government’s rejection of Indian actions regarding Kashmir. Pakistan never recognised the sham Indian efforts to legalise its occupation of Jammu & Kashmir through article 370 or 35-A decades ago, efforts which have now been revoked by India itself.
Pakistan Army firmly stands by the Kashmiris in their just struggle to the very end. We are prepared and shall go to any extent to fulfil our obligations in this regard, COAS affirmed. The CCC was summoned after India illegally ended occupied Kashmir’s special status by abrogating Article 35A and Article 370 on Monday. The conference deliberated on the consequences that the whole region will suffer after the move by New Delhi.
The Corps Commanders Conference also devised strategy following Indian army’s cowardly move to hit civilians with banned cluster bombs along the Line of Control (LoC) and discussed the internal and external security situation of Pakistan. Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa affirmed Pakistan Army’s support for Kashmiris in their just struggle for freedom and said it is prepared to go to any extent to fulfill its obligations in this regard, a statement from the military’s media wing said.
The forum fully supported the government’s rejection of Indian actions regarding Kashmir. Pakistan never recognised the sham Indian efforts to legalise its occupation of Jammu & Kashmir through article 370 or 35-A decades ago; efforts which have now been revoked by India itself, the ISPR statement read.
Pakistan Army firmly stands by the Kashmiris in their just struggle to the very end. We are prepared and shall go to any extent to fulfill our obligations in this regard, the ISPR quoted General Bajwa as saying. The conference came a day after the Indian government abolished Article 370 of the constitution which granted special status to Indian-occupied Kashmir. The Modi-led government rushed through a presidential decree on Monday to abolish Article 370, which revoked the special status granted to occupied Kashmir and made the state a Union Territory with the legislature. The move followed days of uncertainty in the region that began on Friday when New Delhi ordered tourists and Hindu pilgrims to leave immediately.

Comments are closed.

Subscribe to Newsletter
close-link