ISLAMABAD: India’s addition of Kashmir was a “lethal misstep” that will in the end lead to the contested region’s autonomy, Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan said on Wednesday.

“Kashmir will presently push toward freedom,” Khan told an exceptional session of the Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) administrative get together in Muzaffarabad as Pakistanis watched Kashmir Solidarity Day on Feb. 5.

Khan asserted his Indian partner Narendra Modi had made “a lethal slip-up by denying the exceptional status of involved Kashmir,” and said that the Indian government has confined 8 million Kashmiris in an open jail “through the arrangement of more than 900,000 occupation troops.”

Islamabad has been featuring the Kashmir issue since last August when New Delhi denied the independence of part of the region that falls under its influence, and forced a lockdown and a correspondences power outage to stop dissents in the Muslim-dominant part locale.

Strains among Pakistan and India have been running high over Kashmir, since every nation administers some portion of the contested Himalayan region, however asserts it in full. The regional question has prompted two outfitted clashes.

Khan told the AJK gathering that he was featuring the issue at worldwide discussions including the UN General Assembly and in converses with universal pioneers.

Alluding to Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS), an Indian conservative, Hindu patriot association, Khan stated: “We have viably uncovered the belief system of RSS, which represents a risk not exclusively to Pakistan however to the entirety of India.”

The Pakistani chief guaranteed RSS belief system had roused Modi’s activities against Kashmiris and India’s Muslim minority.

“Modi can’t put the genie of Hindu patriotism back in the jug. On the off chance that he pushes forward with his approaches, he will confront extreme obstruction,” Khan said.

In his location to the country, Pakistan President Arif Alvi communicated solidarity with the individuals of Indian-managed Jammu and Kashmir.

“It has been a clash of expectation against overpowering chances, of fearlessness against dread and of penance against oppression. In any case, through every last bit of it, the Kashmiri individuals have persevered, persistent and glad like they have consistently been, to deny India the unreasonable satisfaction of oppressing them,” he said.

New Delhi’s choice to get rid of the state’s uncommon status had “further fortified the bond” among Pakistan and the Kashmiri individuals, Alvi included.

Prior on Tuesday, Pakistan’s National Assembly collectively passed a goals asking India to invert its choice and pull back soldiers from the region.

The goals likewise approached India to lift a media boycott in Kashmir, and permit UN military onlookers and global media “to evaluate and provide details regarding the human rights circumstance there.”

Khan said that Pakistani initiative will keep on featuring the issue globally.

“We are prevailing in our endeavors to bring the Kashmir issue into global center,” he included.

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