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Rasheed urges opposition to desist from giving rise to political crisis

Rasheed urges opposition to desist from giving rise to political crisis

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ISLAMABAD  – Minister for Railways Sheikh Rasheed said on Sunday that Prime Minister Imran Khan, during his visit to China, would discuss longstanding Kashmir dispute between Pakistan and India.

In a special video message before departing for China, the minister said: “Pak-China friendship is higher than Himalayas and China is all seasoned friend of Pakistan.” 

The minister termed the prevailing situation in the region “critical times” and urged the opposition parties to refrain themselves from creating crisis in Pakistan for their political interests.

“If that happens, the nation will never forgive you,” he said, while referring to Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-Fazl (JUI-F) chief Fazal-ur-Rehman’s call for ‘Azadi March’ on October 27 for locking down the federal capital in anti-government protest campaign.

Rasheed said Imran Khan would play a historic role in freedom of Kashmir and pulling country out of the prevailing crisis. 

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