With Pakistan failing to take a stand on Kashmir, Prime Minister Imran Khan said on Monday that he would raise the problem at every global forum, including the UN General Assembly. In his address to the nation on the issue of Kashmir after India revoked the special status of Jammu and Kashmir on August 5, Mr Khan assured the people of Pakistan that his government would stand by the Kashmir until India lifted the restrictions in the Valley. Outlining the future approach of his government on Kashmir, Mr. Khan said, "First, I think, the whole country should stand with the Kashmir nation. I said this, that I will behave as Kashmir's envoy.""I'm going to inform the world about this, I've shared this with heads of state that I've been in touch with. I'm going to raise this problem with the UN," he said, referring to his scheduled address to the UN General Assembly next month.