Majeed alarms world powers to analyse Kashmir dispute between nuclear-armed rivals.
WASHINGTON : Pakistani ambassador to the United States Asad Majeed Khan has alarmed the world powers to critically examine the escalating tensions between nuclear-armed rivals Pakistan and India as Modi regime’s crackdown on occupied Kashmir could destabilise the entire region.
Khan, in an interview with Newsweek, stated that “things are getting worse” in Kashmir due to the complete lockdown since Aug. 5 when special autonomy of the Himalayan region was revoked.
About India’s violations of 11 United Nations Security Council (UNSC) resolutions as Modi attempts to tighten his grip on the region, Ambassador Khan said “impacts the final disposition regarding the people of Kashmir.
Khan said Singh’s words were “an act of irresponsibility on India’s part and the world should take notice of that.”
The Pakistani diplomat warned that such talk was instigated by Modi to “whip up a national frenzy to gain domestic political mileage.”