Jammu Kashmir is unfinished business of partition, and is considered integral to the Islamic identity of the Pakistani state. It is a source of strategically important rivers that play a critical role in the food and energy security of the country. Pakistan strongly believes that the right of self-determination, in accordance with UN resolutions, is central to the solution of the Kashmir conflict. The UN resolutions in 1948-49 recognise this right and clearly stated that: "Future status of the state of J&K shall be determined in accordance with the will of the people ... and through the democratic method of a free and impartial plebiscite". The resolutions were not implemented and the vote never took place. This drove Pakistan to adopt a variety of strategies, comprising bilateral dialogue, third party mediation and military means to change "on-the-ground" realities in Kashmir in its favour. Besides, Islamabad pledged moral, political, diplomatic - and at times material - support to the armed Kashmir resistance movement. Kashmir is Jugular vein of Pakistan, it’s duty of every Pakistani to fight for it freedom.