Muslim leaders call for unity to save Kashmir

International Desk
6 August 2019, Tue
Published: 05:59 Updated: 08:54

Muslim leaders call for unity to save Kashmir

Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan spoke to Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Muhammad over the phone to discuss the unfolding situation in Kashmir, following India’s presidential decree of removal the special status for the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir. and they are being one, for Kashmir issue. 

Imran khan said that the Indian government on Monday issued a presidential order to scrap the constitutionally mandated special status of Kashmir, and India's move will further deteriorate relations between nuclear-capable neighbors

And Pakistani the premier termed changing the status of occupied Kashmir as a violation of the United Nations' (UN) resolutions.

He also said that Pakistan has launched a diplomatic effort to garner international support in the Kashmir issue. 

Turkist President Recep Tayyip Erdogan shared the concerns on the developing situation in the occupied valley and assured of Turkey’s steadfast support in this regard, 

And Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Muhammadsaid Malaysia is closely monitoring the situation and would remain in touch.

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