KARACHI - ABDULLAH ZAFAR - Pakistan People’s Party chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari on Sunday termed the looming Kashmir dispute as one of the biggest failures of the United Nations, and said that the world body should implement on its resolutions for resolving the issue.  Addressing to the 7th SZABIST Model United Nations at Sindh Assembly, Bilawal said that today’s generation has solutions of problems created by their ancestors.

“The youth will succeed where the old generations had failed,” he said adding that the future generations would not count missiles and other armoury instead they would work for a democratic, prosperous and progressive Pakistan.

The PPP chairman said that he was delighted to be with the future of the country and no one could create hindrance in their way to lead the nation with the power of truth and justice.

“The region we are living could have been in better position but with the passage of time it had become more dangerous than it was before,” he said adding that the path chosen by youth would determine the future of the region.

“Pakistan is facing several problems including battling terrorism, struggling for persistent democracy, occupation of Kashmir and brutality against its citizens,” he said adding that the international peace would be a reality if world would not pay heed towards Pakistan and its leaders Zulfikar Ali Bhutto and Benazir Bhutto calls for resolving these issues.

He said that as per the UN resolution-1172, Pakistan and India were prohibited to be provided with nuclear technology and its material but all those sanctions that were imposed on both nations are not being implemented in the case of India.

“We cannot tolerate such a behaviour from a world body towards a democratic Muslim nation,” he said adding that they had only two ways that either become a prosperous Muslim nation becoming an example for Muslim nations or become a religious fascist state that could not only endanger region’s peace but also the world peace.

He said that Pakistan was facing the brunt of Jihad against Russia in 1980 and those hardened militants that were once considered as friends had now become arch rivals.

“International community is repeating the same mistake in Syria, Egypt and Libya where they are arming small groups to fight with militants,” he said adding that today’s world is being run with a single rule that powerful is superior to weaker.

He said that he was not Zulfikar Ali Bhutto or Benazir Bhutto as he was only a 26-year-old but is a part of a peaceful, democratic Pakistan and oldest Sindh civilisation and want the world to listen to their voice. He said that the religious fascism had deprived him of his grandfather and his mother and he could feel the pain of thousands of Pakistanis whose blood had filled streets of this country.

Speaking on the occasion, Bakhtawar Bhutto thanked Sindh Assembly Speaker Agha Siraj Durrani for opening door of the historical Sindh Assembly building for ZABMUN Model United Nations. She said that Benazir established SZABIST to present tribute to her father with a view that everything could be taken away from you in difficult circumstances except your education.  Shedding a light on the SZBAIST, Bakhtawar said that it was the only Pakistani university having a campus in abroad. “We have campuses in Karachi, Islamabad, Larkana, Hyderabad and Dubai that accommodates 6000 students,” she said.  She said that the SZABIST model United Nations has 1500 delegates including participants from abroad. “This is our future and they are our future leaders,” she said.

Bakhtawar also applauded Malala Yousafzai for getting Noble Peace Prize and said that she was the national heroine and ambassador of peace.

Speaker Sindh Assembly Agha Siraj Durrani and Deputy Speaker Shehla Raza also spoke on the occasion. The speakers were welcomed with standing ovations from the enthusiastic participants.

Meanwhile, Bilawal congratulated Malala Yousafzai for winning the prestigious Nobel Peace Prize and invited her to work with him for transformation of education system in Sindh.

In a telephonic conversation, Bilawal said Shaheed Benazir Bhutto was alive in the shape of Malala and added every girl of Pakistan has the potential to become Benazir Bhutto, said a statement. He said education is the best tool to eradicate extremism from the society and Malala could play a pivotal role in this regard as the torch-bearer of education for each girl and boy movement.

Bilawal said Malala has given hope to him and the entire country, and she is the voice of real youth of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Pakistan. "This daughter of Pakistan is the Ambassador of Peace and our national heroine," he stated.

Separately, Sindh Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah also felicitated Malala Yousufzai for achieving Nobel Peace Prize. 

In his felicitation message, the chief minister appreciated the services of Malala for her tireless advocacy and struggle for girls' education in tribal areas of Pakistan. This prize is in recognition of her firm commitment and struggle by international community, he added.