Pakistan playing tactical games in Kashmir in the name of religion: UKPNP's Nasir Aziz Khan
By NewsX Bureau
| Sunday, October 2, 2016 - 14:32
New Delhi: It's a repeated embarrassment for Islamabad as United Kashmir People's National Party (UKPNP) spokesperson Nasir Aziz Khan on Sunday hit out at Pakistan over its Kashmir policy.
Speaking about the atrocities by the Pakistani Army in Pakistan Occupied Kashmir (PoK), UKPNP's Nasir Aziz Khan said, "Pakistan is playing tactical games in Kashmir in the name of religion."
Nasir continued and said, "Pakistan has no affection towards Kashmiris, they have nothing to do with it. Pakistan always uses the valley card, it’s their only focus. But they don't love Kashmiris."
Earlier, exposing Pakistan for supporting terror groups, the former Afghanistan Intelligence Chief Rahmatullah Nabil spoke to NewsX and said that JuD chief Hafiz Saeed holds gatherings in cities. There is no doubt that Pakistan's ISI is supporting these terrorists.
Meanwhile, post the deadly Uri attack on Indian Army base where 19 Indian soldiers were martyred, India has been continuously trying to diplomatically isolate Pakistan at the world level.