The global community's reaction to the situation in occupied Kashmir is cold
Responding to a question on human rights violations in Azad Kashmir, the Prime Minister said, "It is very easy to detect, we invite anyone from any part of the world to come to Pakistan. Visit Kashmir on the side and then decide on the part of India administered and on its own, but I am sure these observers can go to Azad Kashmir but they will not be allowed to go into occupied Kashmir. '
Referring to the international community not raising a strong voice on Kashmir, Imran Khan said, "Unfortunately for the Western countries, their business interests are more important, India is a bigger market and this is why 8 million Kashmiris and What is happening to the minorities as a whole in India is a bit shocking in the attitude of the global community. '
He said, "India's Controversial Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) is clearly against the minorities, especially against India's 20 million Muslims but all these issues are mostly for business interests because of the world's silence." ۔
Responding to a question about China's not raising too much voice for Muslims, he said, "The first thing is that what is happening in India cannot be compared to the Uighurs of China. The thing is that China has always been a very close friend of ours, it helped us a lot in difficult situations, so we talk to China on various issues privately but not at the public level because these are sensitive issues.