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Alice Wells applauded PM Khan’s stance on Kashmir

Washington: The assistant secretary of state for South and Central Asia, Alice G Wells has lauded Pakistan Premier Imran Khan’s stance on the Kashmir issue.

During his Wednesday address, Pm Imran Khan has asked the nation that any person who will go to the occupied region in order to fight for them will be doing injustice not only to himself but also to the nation.

While addressing a press conference, Pakistan Premier had said,

“Such a person would be an enemy of Pakistan and Kashmir and India would exploit it and blame the country for sponsoring terrorism in the Indian Occupied Kashmir (IOK).”

The US, Alice walls has lauded PM Imran Khan over such an ethical and moral stance. She took to Twitter and wrote,

“Applaud PM @ImranKhanPTI’s unambiguous & important statement that militants from Pakistan who would carry out violence in Kashmir are enemies of both Kashmiris & Pakistan. We agree. Pakistan’s sustained commitment to counter all terrorist groups is critical to reg. stability. AGW”

It is pertinent to note that PM Imran Khan will be leaving for the US here on Friday. His meeting with the US President Donald Trump will prove great help in solving the tensions between Pakistan and India.

The reports revealed that PM will hold two meetings with the president. One is scheduled at the lunch while the other one would be arranged at hi-tea.

Moreover, PM Imran Khan will be addressing the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) on September 27.

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