Key Points of PM Imran Khan’s speech in UNGA

On Friday, 25th September, the 75th session of UNGA took place where Prime Minister Imran Khan addresses some very important matters. It must be noticed that PM Imran Khan has always been vocal and clear about his stances when it comes to expressing views on global platforms. During the 75th session of the United Nations General Assembly, PM specifically discussed the Kashmir issue, Climate Change, and Nuclear War Threat

Here are some Key Points from PM Khan’s Address:

Pakistan and Climate Change:

PM Imran Khan emphasized that Pakistan is among the top 10 nations in the world affected by climate change. Since our country depends on agriculture or rivers, we are mainly an agricultural country, recent climate change has drastically impacted us. PM said that 80 percent of our water comes from the glaciers and these are melting at an alarming pace.

Terrorism and Islam:

PM clearly expressed his views on the subject of terrorism. He said that terrorism has nothing to do with any religion. He also said that Islamophobia prevails in India today and threatens the nearly 200 million Muslims who live there. About 1.3 billion Muslims who are watching this know that this is only happening to Kashmiri Muslims.

Nuclear War:

PM Imran Khan stressed that this is one of the most critical times as Pakistan will be blamed should something happen. He said that two nuclear-armed nations almost went head to head in February which is why the UN has a responsibility to settle the grave issues between the two countries especially the Kashmir Issue.

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