- Raza urges the newly-elected president not to ignore security issues in South Asia, especially the Kashmir dispute as it is related to peace in the region
(Karachi) Chairman of Kashmir Council Europe Ali Raza Syed has said that the newly elected US President Joe Bidden should play his role in the settlement of Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK) dispute, Radio Pakistan reported.
Felicitating the Joe Bidden and his team on winning the US elections, Ali Raza said urged the US President not to ignore security issues in South Asia, especially the Kashmir dispute because it is related to peace in the region.
He maintained that people of Kashmir have a lot of expectations from Biden who has already emphasized on restoration of their rights. He said the new US President should use his good offices and influence for a peaceful solution of the Kashmir dispute.
Earlier, Prime Minister Imran Khan congratulated the United States President-elect Joe Biden and his vice president Kamala Harris on winning the elections.
In a tweet, the PM said He said he looked forward to President-elect Biden’s Global Summit on Democracy.
Jo Biden secured 290 electoral votes more than he needed. To secure the win, Biden faced unprecedented challenges. These included Republican-led efforts to limit mail-in voting at a time when a record number of people were due to vote by mail because of the pandemic, which has killed more than 235,000 people in the United States.