Islami Tehreek leader demands full Constitutional status for Gilgit Baltistan.
Allama Shaikh Mirza Ali repeated his demand while reacting to a statement from Pakistan Minister for Kashmir and GB affairs.
He said that the minister had lacked even the ABC knowledge of Gilgit Baltistan related matters.
Furthermore, he said that mainstreaming of Gilgit Baltistan with legitimate and full constitutional status remain the only solution to GB related issues.
Islami Tehreek leader demands
People of Gilgit Baltistan unanimously put this demand.
Other parties too make similar demand.
Allama Shaikh Mirza Ali also had been making this demand since long.
Shiite News had reported his demand many a times in the past.
Gilgit-Baltistan IT leader and eminent scholar Shaikh Mirza Ali had lashed out at the government of Pakistan for not granting full Constitutional status of province to his G-B province.
Due to that delay, Gilgit Baltistan has no representation in Pakistan’s bicameral Parliament.
He had warned that the regime cannot cheat GB people anymore in the name of Kashmir issue.
He cited that India had given special status to occupied Kashmir and allocated them seats in Lok Sabha and Rajiya Sabha.
But he lamented that Pakistan government still deny Gilgit-Baltistan those rights which other four provinces enjoy.
IT GB leader further said that Pakistan cannot defeat Indian narrative logically by this unjust policy towards GB.
He said that new generation remains unhappy with this stepmotherly treatment and they demand full rights as citizens of Pakistan.
But Foreign Ministry had different viewpoint as compared to the ministry of Kashmir Affairs on this issue.
Allama Shaikh Mirza Ali further noted two different policy for Azad Kashmir and Gilgit-Baltistan affairs.
He also referred to Jammu and Kashmir Act that remains enforced in AJK but that Act remains suspended in Gilgit-Baltistan.
He said that if the Pakistani state wants to defeat the plots of enemies of China-Pakistan Economic Corridor, it must give Gilgit-Baltistan full Constitutional status with seats in Senate and National Assembly of Pakistan.
He asked if it was not an incontrovertible proof of their patriotism that they still support CPEC despite lack of Constitutional status of Gilgit-Baltistan and its people.