Geneva (Switzerland), Sep 17 (ANI): Strongly condemning Jama’at-ud-Da’wah chief Hafiz Saeed’s slogan ‘Kashmir banega Pakistan’ exiled United Kashmir People’s National Party (UKPNP) chief Shaukat Ali on Saturday said Islamabad is spreading communalism in the valley. He said, “Pakistan says whatever feels like. Pakistan is not comfortable with democracy. Pakistan’s sitting Prime Minister is called an Indian agent. These are false slogans of Pakistan. These are slogans to divide Kashmir. Jammu province is a Hindu majority, Ladakh is a Buddhist majority. What attractions will a Buddhist or a Hindu have in Pakistan?”. He added said Kashmir will become Pakistan is a useless slogan, which does not reflect reality.
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