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We are not the cause of the problems we are facing, the UN must play a role in solving the Kashmir problem, Prime Minister

United Nations: (Web Desk) Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif said he has come to tell the world about the situation in Pakistan, one-third of Pakistan is under water, people displaced by natural disasters are looking for a dry place to pitch their tents, I I am, there are no words to express the shock we are going through. The international community must help.
At the 77th session of the UN General Assembly, the Prime Minister addressed the verses of the Holy Quran.
The Prime Minister said I am here to tell the story of Pakistan, my heart and mind are not ready to leave the memory of the motherland, I still feel that I am visiting a flood affected Sindh or Punjab. There are no words to express the shock we are going through. I came here to say the seriousness of the disasters caused by the climate disasters, due to which one third of Pakistan is under water, 40 days and 40 nights of severe floods broke the climate records for centuries, we have to deal with them disasters and this There is awareness to deal with, even today most of Pakistan is submerged in water.
Continuing his speech, Shahbaz Sharif said that due to climate change, 33.3 million people, including children and women, are facing health risks, 650,000 pregnant women are forced to live in tents, more than 1,500 people have died.People have died, including 400 children, people are suffering from malnutrition. People displaced by the floods are looking for a dry place to pitch their tents, condolences to the victims and their families. Those who suffered losses were out of work for a long time. According to preliminary estimates, 13,000 km of roads and more than 1 million houses were destroyed and another 1 million were partially damaged and 370 bridges were swept away. Due to the devastating floods, 10 lakh cattle were killed, 40 lakh hectares of crops were destroyed, the devastation is unimaginable.
He said Pakistan has no examples of the grim and destructive effects of global warming, no words to express the shock we are suffering. Life in Pakistan changed forever, I visited every disaster zone. The people of Pakistan are asking why this disaster happened and what can and should be done, the indisputable fact is that what is happening is because of us. Our glaciers are melting fast, forests are burning and heat waves have exceeded 50 degrees and we are now experiencing an unusually deadly monsoon. Pakistan does not even have a percentage of the carbon that is sent into the world’s atmosphere.
The prime minister said that the gap between the funds we have and the needs is widening, as far as possible we have allocated our expenses to help those affected by the floods, my question is whether we will be left alone in this crisis for which we are not responsible, in those affected by rescue and humanitarian operations are carried out in flooded areas. We are helping affected women through the Benazir Income Support Programme, a program launched on behalf of a former Prime Minister whose son is our Foreign Secretary.
He said that killings are going on in Occupied Kashmir with impunity, attempts are being made to change the population ratio in Occupied Kashmir, so it will not be wrong to expect climate justice from the world, from all the neighboring countries including India. They want peace relations, the solution of the Kashmir issue is necessary for the stable peace of the region, the peace process is affected by India’s illegal unilateral actions in Occupied Kashmir, New Delhi took the illegal actions of August 5 in Occupied Kashmir, India It should be understood that war is not an option.
The Prime Minister said that attention must be diverted from the problems of the 20th century and focus on the problems of the 21st century, otherwise there will be no ground left for wars. Peace in South Asia depends on the solution of Occupied Jammu and Kashmir, Indian brutality against Kashmiris has turned Kashmir into the world’s largest war zone, India is making illegal changes to convert Muslim majority Kashmir into Hindu majority.
He said the Kashmir issue will not be resolved until voting rights are provided as per UN resolutions, we are neighbors and we have to decide whether to live with peace or war, war is not an option, only peace talks are the solution. They want peace with India, but that is not possible without the solution of the Kashmir issue. We want peaceful relations with all neighboring countries including India. Resolving the Kashmir issue is necessary for stable peace in the region. India’s illegal and unilateral actions in occupied Kashmir have affected the peace process. India must withdraw August 5 illegal actions in Occupied Kashmir Extrajudicial killings are taking place in Occupied Kashmir, Pakistan is committed to peace in the region, India must understand that both countries are nuclear powers and war is not an option.
Shahbaz Sharif said I am ready to sit with India and discuss the Kashmir issue, ready to discuss so that common resources can be used for the betterment of people and common resources can be used to solve environmental problems. We want long-term peace with India, long-term peace with India is possible only with a just solution to the Kashmir issue. There is a need to increase the powers of the Security Council by adding 11 more non-permanent members. Adding more permanent members to the Security Council will worsen the balance, not improve it.
Shahbaz Sharif said that Pakistan wants to see peace in Afghanistan, millions of Afghans are left without any economy, isolation of Afghan government will increase the problems, we must avoid another civil war and refugee crisis. Terrorist groups from Afghanistan are a threat to Pakistan, all terrorist groups must be dealt with constantly, the international community must look at Afghanistan with a humanitarian eye. Pakistan has made unprecedented sacrifices to eradicate terrorism. Pakistan has been a victim of terrorism for two decades, 80 thousand lives have been sacrificed, the world will have to work to stop terrorism and drug trafficking. Our army has broken the back of terrorism with the help of the people, we are also determined to end cross-border terrorism.
The Prime Minister said that Islamophobia is a global trend, anti-Muslim attitudes have intensified since 9/11, and the UN must ensure the implementation of the adopted resolution on Islamophobia. Pakistan condemns terrorism in every difficulty and situation because terrorism has no religion.
Shahbaz Sharif said we demand Israel to stop atrocities against Palestinians.

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