‘Kashmir dispute’ proposal for Pakistan, proposed in a cabinet in a week
New Delhi: According to Imran Khan’s Human Rights Affairs Minister Shireen Mazari in Pakistan, Pakistan is preparing a proposal to resolve the Kashmir dispute, this proposal can be presented in the Cabinet within a week.
Cabinet Minister Shireen Mazari in Pakistan’s Imran Khan Government has made big claims about the Kashmir dispute. According to Minister for Human Rights Shireen Mazari, Pakistan is preparing proposals to resolve the Kashmir dispute and in a week this proposal can be presented in the cabinet.
Mazari announced this during a conversation program. The program was organized by a journalist named Naseen Zahra. Mazari said, “The Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaf (PTI) government will prepare a proposal within a week to resolve the Kashmir issue which will be presented before the Cabinet.”
Giving further information, he said that the stakeholders in the matter will also be consulted. They also said that these proposals are almost ready and they hope that this will be considered.
Imran continues talking about good relationships
Let us tell you that in his first speech after the victory, Pakistan’s new PM Imran Khan had talked about good relations with India. He also said that he was ready to resolve all the issues between the two countries through negotiations. However, he has considered Kashmir as the most prominent dispute between the two countries.
He said that the time has come that both the countries should sit together and try to resolve it through negotiations. Giving the biggest statement during his first speech, he had said that Pakistan would move two steps if India would take a step towards friendship. Imran repeated this bayan several times.