These days Pakistan, which is facing economic crisis, is traveling around the world to get ration and money. Meanwhile, Prime Minister of Pakistan Shehbaz Sharif recently visited UAE. In an interview to Al-Arabiya, one of the leading media organizations of West Asia, Shahbaz said that despite being a nuclear power country, it is very shameful to ask for financial help in front of the world.
He has also given a statement regarding relations with India. When the PM of Pakistan (PM Shehbaz Sharif) was asked about the relations with India, he said that since independence, Pakistan has learned lessons from three wars and now it wants peace. He also appealed to the Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi through the channel itself.
The surprising thing is that this time Sharif did not threaten India on Kashmir, but was seen appealing for talks with India. However, he left no stone unturned to make false allegations of human rights violations in Kashmir and said that these steps cannot be ignored. He said that Pakistan wants peace, but what is happening in Kashmir should stop.
He said that it is up to us whether we should waste our resources and people in war or make ourselves strong by living peacefully and helping each other. Shahbaz said that he would like to invite the Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi to come on one platform and hold talks with us so that the issue of Kashmir can be resolved. Shahbaz said that it is very important to bring the lives of the local people back on track in Kashmir.