He said: “Kashmir lives in Pakistan’s DNA.”
Pakistan People’s Party chairman Bilawal Bhutto darkroom.baltimoresun
Bilawal said that PPP would continue to support the people of Kashmir and condemned what he called “violence of the Indian army on unarmed Kashmiri people.”
“Besides being a party to the dispute, it’s incumbent upon Pakistan to side with the people of Kashmir on moral grounds,” said the Mirwaiz.
Bhutto told the Mirwaiz that his party and the “entire Pakistan stands with them in these difficult times”.
(On left) Hurriyat Conference (m) chief Mirwaiz Umar Farooq kashmirlife
The Hurriyat chairman also welcomed Pakistan’s move to knock at the doors of the United Nations. “There is need for more diplomatic efforts. The U.N., whose representatives are in J&K, can’t be a silent spectator. The world community needs to wake up to reality of Kashmir,” he said.