Islamabad: Chief of Pakistan’s Jama’at-e-Islami, Siraj-ul-Haq, on Thursday said the struggle for Kashmir will gain momentum after exit of NATO forces from Afghanistan.
Addressing a gathering in Islamabad, the JI chief said Pakistan will not be able to raise its voice against “the Indian oppression” once it gave the neighbor the status of ‘Most Favoured Nation’.
Haq said the Pakistani nation was standing by its Kashmiri brother, adding friendship with India was impossible without the resolution of Kashmir.
“We are hoping meaningful dialogues with Taliban so the Kashmir issue could be focused on,” he said. He said the struggle for Kashmir will gain momentum after exit of NATO forces from the region.—Agencies