Pakistan PM stirs the rage of Kashmir, suggests India to restore Article 370
28 May, 2022 | Pravina Srivastava
Amidst Pakistan's deteriorating position, Pakistan's new Prime Minister asked the Indian government to reconsider its decision to remove Article 370 from Kashmir on Friday
Amidst Pakistan’s deteriorating position, Pakistan’s new Prime Minister asked the Indian government to reconsider its decision to remove Article 370 from Kashmir on Friday.
Pakistani Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif stated that it is India’s responsibility to end the unilateral decision made on August 5, 2019 for Asian peace. In order for the Jammu and Kashmir issue to be resolved via dialogue.
Pakistan has been vocal in its opposition to the Indian government’s choice. However, India has made it clear to the international community that the repeal of Article 370 is a matter for India alone.
On Friday, Pakistan’s new Prime Minister, Shehbaz Sharif, brought up the topic of Kashmir, citing the Article 370 ruling.
Furthermore, PM Shehbaz justified the government’s decision to raise the pricing of petroleum goods such as diesel, gasoline, and kerosene. He claimed that raising fuel prices was vital to keep the country from going bankrupt.
Pakistan raised the price of petroleum products by Rs 30 per litre on Thursday. In Pakistan, the price of fuel has risen to Rs 179.85 a litre as a result of this increase. Diesel was priced at Rs 174.15 per litre, while kerosene was priced at Rs 155.95.