“We are taking a gander at political, strategic and lawful alternatives. To the extent a military reaction is concerned, we are not taking a gander at that. We are not,” Pakistani Outside Clergyman Shah Mehmood Qureshi told a news meeting on August 8 in Islamabad.
The Indian-directed part of Muslim-greater part Kashmir stays under an inconclusive security lockdown after New Delhi moved to repudiate its status from statehood to region and sent a huge number of troops into the anxious Himalayan locale. Mobile phone and Internet providers are likewise for the most part shutdown in Kashmir, leaving it cutoff from the vast majority of the world.
Kashmir is guaranteed in full by the two India and Pakistan, and agitators have been for a considerable length of time battling Indian standard in the segment it manages.
Qureshi’s comments came as Islamabad reported the suspension of a key train administration with India over the Kashmir issue. Government Railroads Priest Sheik Rashid Ahmad said the supposed Fellowship Express train administration had been suspended from August 8.
The railroad suspension declaration was made as travelers were holding back to board a train in the eastern Pakistani city of Lahore to venture out to India.
Independently, the Pakistani government said it was prohibiting the screening of Indian movies in the nation’s films.
“No Indian film will be screened in any Pakistani film. Show, movies, and Indian substance of this benevolent will be totally prohibited in Pakistan,” Firdous Ashiq Awan, a guide to Pakistani Executive Imran Khan said in a tweet.
It is the second time this year that Pakistan has restricted Bollywood films from its films.