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Pak embarrassed again, can't take Kashmir to ICJ
Imran caught in wrong job, should return Cricket commentary
9/4/2019 11:15:17 PM
Early Times Report
Jammu, Sep 4: Pakistan has had to face yet another embarrassment on Kashmir, as its lawyer at the International Court of Justice (ICJ) Khawar Qureshi said that the issue cannot be taken to international court due to lack of evidence.
It may be recall soon after Government of India Reorganised Jammu and Kashmir on 5th August 2019, Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi issued a statement stating that his country would approach the ICJ and would prove that India is carrying out genocide in Kashmir. However, Pakistan's Lawyer at ICJ said, "There is no evidence genocide in Kashmir."
An analyst while talking to Early Times said, "It seems Pakistani leaders were under the impression that mass uprising will breakout in Kashmir and then they could build a case. Infact Pakistan left most turns, unturned to spread the fake news that protest breaking in Kashmir and people getting killed. But the blatant lies could not hold for long and Pakistan got exposed."
The Cricketer turned politician and Prime Minister Pakistan Imran Khan spearheaded campaign based on lies and kept on posting one or other comment on twitter, that is anti India rant and propaganda could not last for long time as the truth prevails.
"Imarn Khan was so frustrated that he even threaten of nuclear war braking out between India and Pakistan", said an analyst.
He said that Pakistan made every possible attempt to trigger an uprising in Kashmir and tried its best to gain reorganisation of Jammu and Kashmir a communal cause. "It is evident that Pakistan stand exposed and the international community is least interested in the issues being raised by it. The last lollypop which Pakistan leadership had given to the people of its country was that of ICJ. Now option of ICJ has also been ruled out, Pakistan leadership has been with nothing to sell", analyst said.
He said that Imran Khan during the past one month has proved that he is an immature politician, who has become a leader by any accident. "Khan's childish behaviour has exposed him. No one take him seriously. He has become a laughing talk and world leaders don't know what to do with him. During the past 48 Khan has again taken a U-turn and has moderated his rhetoric by stating that Pakistan will never use nukes first nor will it close air space for India. It seems he is caught in wrong job and he should return to cricket commentary", the analyst added.
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