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India has installed deadly weapons on the LoC: President Azad Kashmir

 President Azad Kashmir

QUETTA: Azad Jammu Kashmir President Sardar Masood Khan said that India has installed deadly weapons on the Line of Control (LoC), which shows the Narendra Modi government aggressive designs against Pakistan.

Talking to the media at the Governor House, he said that the disastrous designs of Indian rulers are not only a threat to Pakistan but also a major threat to the peace of the entire region.

Sardar Masood Khan said that Islamabad has been raising voice for Kashmir since August 5 last year and the Kashmiri people are grateful for the support of 22 million Pakistanis.



On August 5, India abolished the special and independent status of the occupied valley which it had acquired since 1947.

President Azad Kashmir warns that India’s offensive design poses a major threat to the peace and security of the entire subcontinent and India should be prepared for an outcome in case of war.

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He said that we are very grateful to the people of Balochistan who have staged demonstrations and rallies all over the province to express solidarity with the Kashmiris.



He also said that I have come to Quetta to thank the people of Balochistan on behalf of the Kashmiri brothers.

Masood Khan said, “India has installed deadly and dangerous weapons on the Line of Control and most of these weapons are being used against innocent people in Kashmir. The international community should take notice of the situation.”

During the conversation, he said that both Pakistan and India are nuclear-capable countries, so the outcome of the war between the two would be disastrous for the entire region.

He emphasized that “without the consent of the people of Kashmir, the Kashmir problem cannot be solved”.

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