Punjab Governor Chaudhry Muhammad Sarwar has urged the United States and the world community to play their role in rescuing humanity from the clutches of a savage rule in occupied Kashmir.
He said this while talking to visiting US senators Christopher Van Hollen and Margaret C. Hassan who called on him in Islamabad.
The Governor said India's war hysteria had increased tension in the region, while Pakistan still preferred peace.
He urged the US to take responsibility and play their role in ending curfew in occupied Kashmir and help Kashmiris escape the Indian atrocities.
He also expressed his immense gratitude to the American senators for raising the Kashmir issue.
Source: Radio Pakistan