LAHORE - JUI-F chief and Kashmir Committee chairman Fazlur Rehman yesterday met Chief Minister Shehbaz Sharif and discussed matters of mutual interest, national affairs and situation in Occupied Kashmir.

Both the leaders strongly condemned worst atrocities committed by Indian army on unarmed Kashmiri people and its unprovoked activities on Line of Control, and expressed complete solidarity with Kashmiri people and families of martyrs.

The CM stated that cruelties of Indian army on innocent Kashmiri people had crossed every limit. “Pakistan will continue to extend moral, political and diplomatic support to Kashmiri sisters and brothers,” he added.

Shehbaz further said that Kashmir was an incomplete agenda of partition of India and solution of Kashmir dispute was vital for lasting peace in the region. He paid rich tribute to Pakistan Army who is responding strongly to unprovoked acts of Indian army.

Shehbaz said entire nation is standing shoulder to shoulder with Pak-Army.

The JUI-F chief, during the meeting, said that stubbornness and cruelties of India failed to snatch right of self determination from Kashmiri people. He called upon India to stop bloodshed in Occupied Kashmir.