Published: Sat, September 08, 2018
Global News | By Blake Casey

Imran Khan Appeals To Pakistanis Living Abroad To Help Build Dams

Imran Khan Appeals To Pakistanis Living Abroad To Help Build Dams

"September 6, 1965, is an important day in the history of our nation", he said, adding that Pakistani soldiers jumped into the fiery pits of warfare but did not let the country be harmed. Qamar Javed Bajwa has reaffirmed Islamabad's support for "self-determination" in Jammu and Kashmir.

PM Imran Khan also appealed to overseas Pakistanis to invest in the country, deposit money and send remittances in Pakistani banks.

Khan had offered talks and had spoken of improving trade ties with India on 26 July, a day after the national polls in Pakistan.

The President and Prime Minister, in their separate messages on the occasion, emphasised that the resolution of the Kashmir issue in light of the United Nations resolutions is imperative for peace in the region, Radio Pakistan reported.

"Kashmir is the core issue between the two countries and it should be resolved through talks", he said.

They are expected to stay in Bani Gala in their first trip to Pakistan since their the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf chief became prime minister.

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Raut said before the 2014 elections, both BJP and Modi had claimed they would make Pakistan-occupied Kashmir a part of India.

"We have storage capacity of only 30 days while India has much more water storage capacity than us", he said in his second address to the nation since he assumed office of the prime minister.

"We have learned a lot from the wars of 65 and 71. Our foreign policy will be in the best interest of the nation", apparently referring to the country's involvement in neighbouring Afghanistan.

A top Pentagon official has expressed that Washington admits and respects the sacrifices made by Pakistan in the Global War On Terror (GWOT), being an ally of the Muslim majority state.

Mr. Khan praised the armed forces for combating terrorism.

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