Pakistani Ambassador Appreciates and Awaits Indonesian Solidarity for Kashmir

Photo dock: DKM Al-Falah

Bogor, MINA – Pakistani Ambassador to Indonesia Abdul Salil Khan said Kashmiris appreciated and awaited the support and solidarity of the government and the people of Indonesia.

“The majority of Kashmiris appreciate and are always waiting for the support and solidarity of the government and people of Indonesia,” Khan told hundreds of before dawn worshipers at Al-Falah Mosque, Bojong Kulur, Bogor Regency, Sunday, November 24th.

Ambassador Khan explained the history of Kashmir and Jammu in 1947 that was currently in the majority controlled by India.

“Pakistan is a country that loves peace and wants a peaceful solution, including through the UN Security Council. We even support holding a plebiscite (self-determination) for the people of Jammu and Kashmir, “Ambassador Khan said.

Khan said there were at least 11 UN Security Council resolutions asking for this. Likewise, the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC). But India continues to refuse.

Ambassador Khan appreciation for Indonesia’s support over the Muslim brothers in Kashmir and hopes that support will continue.

Since August 5, 2019, most parts of Kashmir controlled by India were practically paralyzed and communication links with the outside world were cut off. Meanwhile, human rights violations by Indian authorities continue to occur. It can be easily known through open information in cyberspace.

Khan appreciated the invitation of Muslim citizens in Indonesia to stay in touch. He also expressed his admiration for the presence of various elements of society in the mosque, not only adult men and women but also children.

“Indonesia and Pakistan are two friendly countries. Indonesia’s progress is also Pakistan’s progress, “he concluded. (T/Sj/P2)

Mi’raj News Agency (MINA)