Pak Prez warns delay in Kashmir dispute could spell disaster
Muzaffarabad [Pakistan], Feb. 25 (ANI): Pakistan President Mamnoon Hussain has warned that delay in the settlement of the Kashmir dispute could 'spell disaster for regional peace'.
"The (Indian) occupation forces have employed every brute tactic to suppress the Kashmiris…so much so that the pellet guns meant for hunting wild animals have also been ceaselessly used by them on the innocent and unarmed people of Kashmir," Pakistan daily Dawn quoted Hussain who was speaking at a function held for the birth anniversary of Pakistan's founder Mohammad Ali Jinnah.
Hussain also called upon the international community to assist with the Kashmir dispute.
The statement comes a day after Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif expressed desire to have cordial relations with India.
"We [Pakistan and India] should maintain good relations and avoid involving in conspiracies against each other," Sharif was quoted by Pakistan media, as saying (ANI).