Imran Khan vows to prioritise Kashmir issue if voted to power

Islamabad, Nov 16: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan has said that the first foreign policy issue that the PTI-led government would solve is the Kashmir issue.

Imran said his government would solve the problem through dialogue as military solutions have failed in the past.

“Both the countries (Pakistan and India) have been spending their wealth on weapons instead of investing in their people,” The Express Tribune quoted Imran, as saying.

Speaking about the problems faced by Kashmiri people, Imran said the solution to the region’s problems should come from the people living here.

Khan accused the current government of putting the issue on the back burner. (ANI)