UN / PAKISTAN IMRAN KHAN

24-Sep-2019 00:01:51
Briefing reporters in New York, Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan said the situation in Kashmir is going to “get worse,” adding that “there is a potential that two nuclear armed countries would come face to face.” UNIFEED
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STORY: UN / PAKISTAN IMRAN KHAN
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SOURCE: UNIFEED
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LANGUAGE: ENGLISH / NATS

DATELINE: 24 SEPTEMBER 2019, NEW YORK CITY
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1. Wide shot, United Nations Headquarters
2.Various shots, press briefing room
3.SOUNDBITE (English) Imran Khan, Prime Minister of Pakistan:
“This is just the beginning and it is going to get worse. There is a potential that two nuclear armed countries would come face to face, so hence, I felt it is extremely important that we highlight what is happening in Kashmir amongst the world leaders and a forum like the United Nations General Assembly.”
4. Wide shot, journalists
5. SOUNDBITE (English) Imran Khan, Prime Minister of Pakistan:
“Eight million people in an open jail is unprecedented in this year of age, and then this non-sense that this is a part of India’s, so the world should stay out. Just to remind the world that there are eleven Security Council, UN Security Council Resolutions that recognize Kashmir as a disputed territory and which gave the rights to the people of Kashmir the right of self-determination to decide their destiny.”
6. Wide shot, reporters
7. SOUNDBITE (English) Imran Khan, Prime Minister of Pakistan:
“The biggest worry is what happens once the curfew is lifted. We fear with 900,000 soldiers there, there will be a massacre, and that is also what I have been trying to tell the world community that they must act on it.”
8. Various shots, press briefing room
STORYLINE
Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan said the situation in Kashmir is going to “get worse,” adding that “there is a potential that two nuclear armed countries would come face to face.”

Speaking to reporters in New York today (24 Sep), Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan said, “eight million people in an open jail is unprecedented in this year of age, and then this non-sense that this is a part of India’s, so the world should stay out.”

He continued, “just to remind the world that there are eleven Security Council, UN Security Council Resolutions that recognize Kashmir as a disputed territory and which gave the rights to the people of Kashmir the right of self-determination to decide their destiny.”

The Pakistani Prime Minister also said, “the biggest worry is what happens once the curfew is lifted. We fear with 900,000 soldiers there, there will be a massacre, and that is also what I have been trying to tell the world community that they must act on it.”
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