Unfamiliar Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi clarified the administration's four-point methodology over managing India on Monday and underscored that in an evolving world, there would need to be a more noteworthy dependence on national quality instead of looking towards universal structures. Partaking in an online class on "Extension of Occupied Jammu and Kashmir: Lessons for Regional Security", composed by Islamabad Policy Institute (IPI), the unfamiliar pastor said there was "another world, fearless or grave, that has arrived, and with which we need to fight. "This world is more questionable, less unsurprising, and therefore, maybe more useless." While underlining that "the cradles and emotionally supportive networks of universal associations and global law" had not come up to desires, Mr Qureshi said nations would need to rely upon their own qualities instead of looking towards those structures. Must Read : Govt Starts Real Time Monitoring Of Gas, Oil Production Amid Opposition Criticism Clarifying the administration's technique on managing India's expansionist plans, he said a four-pronged procedure was being sought after. It involved standing up to, uncovering and standing up against New Delhi's goals; discouraging it through military readiness, compromise and certainty building; and not being diverted by India's activities and proceeding with provincial coordination ventures through investment in the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor, the Shanghai Cooperation Organization, and the Economic Cooperation Organization. Endeavors were being made for restoration of the South Asian Association of Regional Countries, the unfamiliar pastor included. Dr Shireen Mazari, Minister for Human Rights, recorded the zones wherein she accepted strategy was inadequate. She had a week ago railed against the Foreign Office over its treatment of the Kashmir issue. Dr Mazari said there was more spotlight on the political elements as opposed to taking a gander at it from a more extensive range. She proposed the sufferings of ladies and kids in India-held Kashmir be featured forcefully. "We have not advanced enough to ladies' associations on the predicament of Kashmiri ladies," she kept up. Dr Mazari battled that India was climbing the heightening stepping stool, submitting activities in Kashmir that added up to massacre, and along these lines the danger of war was getting more up and coming. The effect of a contention, she cautioned, would not stay restricted and influence others in the area too in view of "unintended consequences". She proposed seeking after the model of 'Good Friday Agreement' in 1998, which united all gatherings to the contention in Northern Ireland and finished many years of brutality, as a potential methodology for settling the Kashmir question.