Jihad against India only solution to Kashmir issue: Nazria Pakistan Trust

March 23rd, 2011 - 5:04 pm ICT by ANI  

Lahore, Mar 23(ANI): The Nation’s editor-in-chief and Nazria Pakistan Trust (NPT) Chairman Majid Nizami has reiterated that Pakistan must wage jihad against India to ‘free’ Kashmir.

“I ask every Pakistani who acts upon the spirit of Islam to make oneself ready for Jihad,” The Nation quoted Nizami, as saying while presiding over a sitting at Aiwan-e-Karkunan Tehrik-e-Pakistan.

He said that Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah had termed Kashmir a jugular vein of Pakistan and had ordered the then army chief to send Pakistani forces into Kashmir for its independence, but the latter had refused to follow Jinnah’s order.

Since that day, no army chief even tried to please the Quaid-e-Azam’s soul, he regretted, adding that jihad is the only solution to the Kashmir dispute.

Nizami also said that there must be a war between Pakistan and India on water issues.

“India is constructing dams at rivers’ flow from Kashmir to Pakistan, conspiring to turn our land into waste, ” the NPT Chairman alleged, adding that the country would convert into desert if it fails to free its jugular vein from Hindus.

Former Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) chief Lieutenant General (retired) Hameed Gul, who was the chief guest on the occasion, observed that India wanted to deprive Pakistan of water with the support of international imperialists, but their actual target was the country’s atomic assets.

“Our national security and internal solidarity is at stake until the settlement of water issue”, he added.

Gul said the irrigation system of Pakistan had a vital role in the security of the country, yet India intended to destroy the same.

He was of the view that the Pakistan People’s Party, the Awami National Party and the Muttahida Qaumi Movement were responsible for energy crises in Pakistan, and stressed that Pakistan must build other reservoirs besides Kalabagh Dam. (ANI)

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