"We will take the case of Kashmir to the United Nations and apprise the international community of the treatment of minorities in India under the racist ideology of the BJP," Khan said after the meeting.
He claimed this move will have "repercussions" around the world.
Further, Pakistan will "review" bilateral arrangements with India
1-Downgrading of diplomatic relations with India. 2-Suspension of bilateral trade with India. 3-Review of bilateral arrangements. 4-Matter to be taken to UN, including the Security Council. 5-14th of August to be observed in solidarity with brave Kashmiris. #StandwithKashmirpic.twitter.com/v06GmMc5lG
Earlier, Pakistan minister asked politicians to fight India together
To note, Pakistan has been "miffed" with India's actions. On Tuesday, the county's science and technology minister Chaudhry Fawad Hussain asked politicians to keep their difference aside and respond to India together.
"Modi government is trying to make Kashmir another Palestine by changing the population demography and bringing settlers into Kashmir. We must be ready to fight if war is imposed," he said.
It's important to note that India is also firm on its stand as far as J&K is concerned. Union Home Minister Amit Shah said in the Lok Sabha on Tuesday he refers to PoK and Aksai Chin too, whenever he speaks about J&K.
In an aggressive speech, Shah said, "Jaan de denge iske liye (We will give our lives for this)".
Subsequently, Pakistan also spoke about "spilling blood"
Hours after Shah's impassioned speech, Khan hinted his country was ready too. "They (India) will do something in PoK (Pakistan Occupied Kashmir)... we will retaliate... Will fight till the last drop of blood," Khan said after the joint session.