Srinagar: Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan said peace among India and Pakistan was entirely dependent on the issue of Kashmir.
“The only difference, if we resolve that there will be peace in the subcontinent, that’s Kashmir. Unfortunately, Kashmir can only be resolved if the people of Kashmir are given the right of self-determination, which was guaranteed to them by the United Nations in 1945,” Khan said during an interview with Russia news agency, Sputnik.
“This use of force by the Indian government to subdue has backfired. The more force there has been used, the more the people of Kashmir have turned against the Indian government, the more radicalisation has come in the young people of Kashmir. And it is a future source of destabilisation of the continent. That’s why it is very important to resolve the Kashmir issue.”