ISLAMABAD:Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that no force can stop the Kashmiri people to get freedom from the cruel clutches of India.
Addressing Azadi Parade on the occasion of 72nd Independence Day of Gilgit, in Gilgit on Friday, he said Narendra Modi has played his last card by revoking the special status of the occupied territory on the 5th August.
He said the oppressive regime of Modi has imposed a cruel curfew in occupied Kashmir over the last three months and millions of people have been confined to their homes by nine hundred thousand Indian troops.
He said India will see the spirit and more resolve of the Kashmiri people for freedom once it lifts the curfew in the valley.
Imran Khan said Pakistani nation stands by Kashmiri brethren. He said he is the ambassador and spokesperson of the Kashmiri people and will plead their case at every fora.
Paying tributes to the valiant freedom struggle of the people of Gilgit against Dogra regime, the Prime Minister noted if they have not fought that war they too probably would have been facing the oppression of Modi regime today.
The Prime Minister said Pakistan will be uplifted as per the principles of State of Madina. He said Pakistan is a great gift of God and it is the first country which was carved out in the name of Islam.
He said we will make this country a glorious example for the world by following the principles of state of Madina.
He said the country has been opened for tourism.
Visa for the citizens of seventy countries have been abolished and they can get the visa on arrival at the airports.
Alluding to the immense beauty of Gilgit-Baltistan, the Prime Minister was confident that now more tourists will be visiting the region which will bring prosperity and ensure a brighter future for its people.
He said Gilgit-Baltistan is also a gateway to multi billion dollars China Pakistan Economic Corridor project which will bring development in this area in the days ahead.
On the occasion, the Prime Minister also greatly appreciated efforts and sacrifices of Pakistan Army in the war against terrorism.