Saturday, November 27, 2021

Imran Khan’s speech in the Sri Lankan Parliament canceled


Colombo: Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan’s address to the Sri Lankan parliament has been canceled. The Sri Lankan government has taken this decision considering the possibility of raising the Aw Kashmir issue during its speech.

Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan will pay a two-day visit to Sri Lanka on the 22nd. There he will meet President Gotabhaya Rajapaksa, Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa and Foreign Minister Dinesh Gunawardena. During the visit, he was scheduled to address the country’s parliament. The event was scheduled to take place on the 24th. In this case, the Sri Lankan government has canceled the event. Authorities said the event had been canceled due to corona infection controls. However, well-informed sources said that his speech was canceled as Imran was likely to raise the issue of Kashmir during his speech.

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Imran Khan’s visit to the Sri Lankan parliament will not take place, according to a report on the Colombo Gazette. The report states that this information was given by the Sri Lankan Parliamentary Officer Narendra Fonando.

It is the policy of the Government of Pakistan to appeal to the international community regarding the Kashmir issue. Following the cancellation of Jammu and Kashmir’s special status in 2019, Pakistan has been serious about raising the issue internationally. It is noteworthy that Pakistan also raised the issue of Kashmir at a meeting of SAARC countries last year to counter the corona spread.

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