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Yasin Malik’s wife Mushal said in Lahore – Imran government should cancel Shimla agreement

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Mushal Malik, wife of separatist leader Yasin Malik, has made a provocative statement. He has said that Pakistan should end all its diplomatic relations with India. While appealing for Kashmir to unite, he said that the Imran Khan government should also cancel the Simla Agreement.

Mushal Malik, wife of separatist leader Yasin Malik, has made a provocative statement. He has said that Pakistan should end all its diplomatic relations with India. While appealing for Kashmir to unite, he said that the Imran Khan government should also cancel the Simla Agreement. Mushal said this at a press conference of the Jamaat-e-Islami, a religious political party in Lahore.

Yasin Malik’s wife Mushal Malik did not stop here, he further said that Pakistan should tell the world about the atrocities on Kashmiris. At the same time, Jamaat-e-Islami general secretary Amirul Azim said that the Imran government’s love for Kashmir is showy. The Prime Minister should raise the issue on the international stage to ensure the release of illegally detained Kashmiri leaders Yasin Malik, Syed Ali Shah Geelani, Asiya Andrabi and others. So that these leaders can be released.

Azim said that international human rights groups should hold a meeting with Yasin Malik and his daughter. He alleged that the Indian government had been hindering this for a long time. Azim further said that the Indian government has kept the Hurriyat leader in a death cell in a fake case for more than one and a half years. So now Pakistan should raise this issue vigorously.

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Yasin’s wife Mushal Malik appealed to all parties in Pakistan to forget the political and mutual differences and show solidarity on the issue of Kashmir. He said that Kashmir is the only important issue of the Government of South Asia and Pakistan. Political parties should use their energy to expose Indian action against humanity internationally. Pakistan is in dire need of adopting a sustainable Kashmir policy.

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