Pak suspends bilateral trade, downgrade all diplomatic ties with India


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ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan has taken significant decisions during the National Security Commission (NSC) meeting including start downgrading bilateral relations with India.

This announcement was made subsequent to the India’s decision to strip Kashmir of its special status after revoking Article 370.

The National Security Committee meeting was headed by the Prime Minister Imran Khan.

During the NSC meeting it was mutually agreed that following important actions must be taken at any cost:

1. Downgrading of diplomatic relations with India.

2. Suspension of bilateral trade with India.

3. Review of bilateral arrangements.

4. Matter to be taken to the United Nations, including the Security Council.

5. 14th August to be observed in solidarity with the grief-stricken Kashmiris. 

It is pertinent to mention here that the NSC meeting discussed key elements arising out of illegal actions by the Indian government, Indian Occupied Kashmir situation and the precincts of Line of Control.

Moreover, PM Khan also directed all diplomatic channels should actively work in flow so as to unearth to the world at large the unending Indian barbarism in the state of Indian Occupied Kashmir.

The meeting was attended by the top notch military leadership and the members of the federal cabinet including Foreign Minister, Defence Minister, Interior Minister, Minister for Education, Minister for Human Rights, Minister for KA&GB, Law Minister, Adviser Finance, CJCSC, COAS, CAS, CNS, SAPM on Information, DG-ISI, DG-ISPR, Secretary Foreign Affairs and other senior officers.





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