Lahore: A top Pakistani priest and a nearby associate of Prime Minister Imran Khan said on Saturday that Islamabad had demonstrated “shortcoming” on Kashmir, negating his administration’s case that it has “succeeded” in internationalizing the issue.

Railroads Minister Sheik Rashid said the decision Pakistan Tehreek-I-Insaf government will hold rallies in the nation till February 5 to express solidarity with the Kashmiri individuals.

“I suspect as much far we have demonstrated shortcoming on the Kashmir issue. I have spoken (on it) in the Cabinet gatherings,” Rashid told correspondents.

Rashid’s comments have come days after Prime Minister Khan reaffirmed Pakistan’s help for the Kashmiri individuals.

“J&K question must be settled as per significant UN Security Council goals and the desire of the Kashmiri individuals. We will keep on giving good, political and strategic help to the Kashmiri people…,” Khan said in tweet on Thursday.

“A globally perceived debate, J&K stays on the Security Council’s plan and its thought by the Council mirrors an acknowledgment of the earnestness of the common circumstance,” he said.

In a unique location to the country in August a year ago, Khan said that Islamabad’s Kashmir strategy was at a “conclusive” point and his administration had prevailing with regards to internationalizing the issue of Kashmir.

“We have prevailing with regards to internationalizing the issue of Kashmir, we conversed with world pioneers and consulates. The UN just because since 1965, gathered a gathering on Kashmir issue. Indeed, even global media has gotten it,” Khan had said.

On Friday, Khan led a gathering on the circumstance in Kashmir, which was gone to by Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa, Director General of Inter-Services Intelligence Lt Gen Faiz Hamid, Foreign Secretary Sohail Mehmood and other senior military and non military personnel authorities.

They examined the arrangements for the Kashmir Day saw on February 5 consistently to express solidarity with the Kashmiris.

The current year’s Kashmir Day would have included centrality as it would be the main such recognition after India’s August 5 choice to repudiate the extraordinary status of Jammu and Kashmir and bifurcate it into two Union Territories, bringing out solid responses from Islamabad.

India has shielded the move, saying the unique status arrangements just offered ascend to fear based oppression in Jammu and Kashmir.

“The nation took the choice of annulment of Article 370, which had just given dissent and fear based oppression to that state,” Prime Minister Narendra Modi said at a capacity in October a year ago.

Prior in December, serve Rashid had said that the opening of the noteworthy Kartarpur Corridor was the brainchild of Pakistan Army boss General Bajwa, repudiating his administration’s statement that the thought behind the activity was of Prime Minister Khan.

On November 9, PM Khan introduced the Kartarpur Corridor to encourage the without visa passage of Indian Sikh travelers to commend the 550th birth commemoration of organizer of Sikhism Guru Nanak Dev.

Rashid, a known motormouth, said the passage will hurt India for ever.

“India will recall perpetually the sort of twisted dispensed on it by Gen Bajwa by opening Kartarpur hallway,” he had said.

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