Pakistan’s Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif said Monday that no power in the world can stop Islamabad from supporting the struggle of Kashmiris.
“India is mistaken if it considered that the freedom fight could be equated with terrorism,” Radio Pakistan quoted him as saying while chairing a central working committee meeting of the Pakistan Muslim League (N).
He once again hailed slain terrorist Burhan Wani, who was the commander of Hizbul-Mujahideen terror group, as a freedom fighter and pride of Kashmiri people.
Addressing the meeting, Sharif also said those trying to paralyze the country through their negative politics will miserably fail in their designs.
He further said the government is striving hard to overcome all challenges including terrorism and energy shortages, adding that the economy of the country has been strengthened as a result of effective policies.