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Provision of health, education facilities priority of govt: President Masood

Islamabad: Azad Jammu and Kashmir President Sardar Muhammad Masood Khan has said that provision of health, education and communication facilities to the people is priority of the government.

Talking to delegation from Horna Mera Area of Rawalakot, the president said people should bring problems of their respective areas in the notice of the government through their elected representatives. The delegation comprising Sardar Javed sadiq, Sardar Sajjad Khan, Sardar Javed Munawar advocate, Sardar abdul Razzaq, Sardar Tahir Nadeem, Sardar Irshad Khan and others brought in the notice of President that there is medical officer in Horna mera area for long time due to which people of the area are facing great problems. The delegation also told that Girls Intermediate College is facing shortage of teaching staff besides lack of science classes. They also demanded metalling of Mujahid abad Horna Mera road. The president accepted invitation to visit to Horna Mera and announced to visit the area on November 15.

Earlier talking to a delegation headed by Chairman of Right to Self Determination Movement United Kingdom Raja Nijabat Hussain at Kashmir House in Islamabad on Monday president said Kashmiris living in United Kingdom are proactive and playing their vital role for highlighting Kashmir issue at international level.

He said that it is encouraging to see the commitment of overseas Kashmiris towards Kashmir cause. He underlined the need of channelizing the voice through an effective way so that relevant authorities can take notice of it. The president said that right to self determination is legitimate right of Kashmiris for which they are rendering matchless sacrifices. Sardar Masood Khan expressed hope that time is not far when Kashmir liberation movement would be crowned with success.

 

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