Youth’s rights to be protected in AJK: Farooq Haider


SM Naqvi

Muzaffarabad: AJK Prime minister Raja Farook Haider Khan has said youths are future of our country and government will provide them equal opportunities of education and implement to groom them into responsible citizens of the state. Talking to various he said that educated youth of the state have been deprived of their legitimate rights by the successive government through violation of merit and nepotism and that practice will not be allowed to continue in the state. He said that Punjab government will extend its cooperation to AJK government for Reformation in different sectors to make the state institution responsive and people friendly. The prime minister said that PML-N government was voted to power by the people with mandate to reform the system and protect the rights of the people. He added will make no compromise on this mandate. Meanwhile Prime Minister Raja Farooq Haider Khan has issued directions to celebrate the 69th Founding Day of Azad Jammu and Kashmir with national spirit and great national zeal and zest. A notification issued by Services and General Administration here on Monday says that Chief Minister Punjab Shahbaz Sharif and Chief Minister Gilgit and Baltistan Hafiz Hafeezur Rehman would specially attend the central ceremony of foundation day of AJK government to be held at AJK University on October 24. Flag hoisting would be performed by AJK President while at district headquarters minister would do the same. The day will dawn with 21-gun salute while prayers would be offered in the mosque in the morning for prosperity of Pakistan and early liberation of Occupied Kashmir.

The central ceremony would be attended by President, PM, cabinet ministers, MLAs, secretaries and heads of department. Police officials would be given medals in the ceremony. Similar ceremonies would be held at all district headquarters.



The administration has made elaborate security arrangements in and around the city particularly on the route of the procession to meet any eventuality and law enforcing agencies have been put on high alert to ensure peaceful mourning procession.