ISLAMABAD: Ex-interior minister Rehman Malik on Sunday demanded to call an in-camera session of the parliament over crisis-ridding Kashmir issue.
Holding a presser conference in Islamabad the former interior minister in the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP)-led government from 2008 to 2013, Rehman Malik besides demanding in-camera session of the parliament on the Kashmir issue after India scrapped it special status on August 5 call on the government to write a letter to the United Nations for sake of Kashmiris rights of self-determination.
Senior PPP leader said that atrocities and cruelties on Kashmiris will not let allow India to rule Kashmiris too long adding that he sees another Pulwama two attack going to happen in India which will be orchestrated by Modi.
Rehman Malik said that India tried to use some elements and our intelligence agencies have foiled it.
Declaring Modi Yazid of the time, he said that today’s Yazeed has made occupied Kashmir a Karbala,however, Kashmiris will follow Imam Hussain (R.A) and fight against Yazidiat.