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Sep 29, 2018
1:40PM

US-based advocacy group says Pakistan should solve its own issues before pointing fingers at J&K

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A US-based advocacy group has said that Pakistan should solve its own issues before pointing fingers at Jammu and Kashmir. The Voice of Karachi asserted that Pakistan is answerable for several things including the freedom given to the leaders of terrorist groups like Lashkar-e-Taiba. 

Chairman of Voice of Karachi Nadeem Nusrat said Pakistan should be held accountable for the killing of 25,000 people in Karachi, abduction of Balochs and Sindhis. 

He said, rather than talking about the so-called human rights violation in Kashmir, Pakistan should first resolve these issues. Mr Nusrat said it is sad that Pakistan finds it problematic that India helps Afghanistan.

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