The whole world is aware of the current economic condition of Pakistan. The condition is such that people are seen struggling on the streets for flour and roti. Pakistan is requesting financial help from big countries of the world.
Pakistan’s Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif, who is struggling with inflation, economic crisis and political instability, has given a big statement regarding the war with India. Shahbaz Sharif said that after three wars with India, we (Pakistan) have learned our lesson. I want peace now.
Pakistan’s Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif gave this statement in an interview to Al Arabiya TV. Shahbaz said that India and Pakistan are neighboring countries. Both countries have to live with each other.
Shahbaz told in the interview,“It depends on both the countries whether we live in peace, progress or waste our time and resources by quarreling with each other. Pakistan has fought three wars with India, due to which poverty and unemployment have come in the country. We have learned our lesson. We now want to live in peace and solve all our problems.
In an interview given to Al Arabiya TV, Shahbaz also gave a message to the Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi. Shahbaz said that we want to end poverty and bring prosperity in Pakistan. We want to provide better education and health facilities and employment opportunities to our people. We do not want to waste our resources on bombs and ammunition. Shahbaz said that he wants to give this message to PM Modi of India “I want to tell PM Modi that we want to use all these for the prosperity of the country. So that peace can be restored in the region and both countries can progress”.
what did Pakistan’s PM Shahbaz Sharif say about Kashmir?
In the statement given by Sharif, he has said that Pakistan wants to live in peace with India. They believe that only after this they can get rid of the problems. Shahbaz said, ‘I want to talk to resolve other burning issues like Kashmir, where human rights abuses continue.’ Sharif said in the same interview that human rights are being violated daily in Kashmir and the Government of India has abolished Article 370 here. Along with this, Sharif also claimed that the minorities are being mistreated on a large scale in Jammu and Kashmir, this has to be stopped.Sharif’s statement was very big but he did not tell what he wanted from India. Pakistan has already pointed out that the Government of India will have to return the old status of Jammu and Kashmir.
After this interview, Shahbaz Sharif got scared of the process that came in Pakistan, which you can understand from this tweet.
Shocked on this statement of Shahbaz Sharif, our stand is Modi Janta must reverse constitutional position of Kashmir to its original, only then Pak ll negotiate begging for talks is not Pak policy we strongly reject this approach Shahbaz Sharif cannot be allowed to sell Kashmir https://t.co/gA1ZiSh42Z
— Ch Fawad Hussain (@fawadchaudhry) January 17, 2023
The truth that came out in the interview with the Prime Minister of Pakistan, he is worried that Pakistanis should not oppose him, so issued a tweet on behalf of PMO.
In ref. to PM Shehbaz Sharif's interview to Al Arabiya, the spokesman of the PM Office has said the PM has consistently maintained that Pakistan & India must resolve their bilateral issues, especially the core issue of Jammu & Kashmir, through dialogue and peaceful means. 1/3
— Prime Minister's Office (@PakPMO) January 17, 2023
After Sharif’s statement, a clarifying statement also came from his office. It said that there would be no compromise on illegal action by India in Kashmir. After this, it was believed that the PM’s remarks have been taken seriously by the Pakistan Army. The army has not liked Sharif’s talk of ‘lessons from three wars’. On behalf of Pakistan’s PMO, it was said, ‘Nothing is possible until India withdraws the special status of Kashmir.’