India cannot suppress Kashmir freedom movement: AJK PM


Muzaffarabad: (Parliament Times) The Azad Jammu and Kashmir Prime Minister Raja Farooq Haider Khan has said that India could not suppress the indigenous Kashmir liberation movement through the use of brutal force in held territory.

While talking to delegation of navel Staff College in Muzaffarabad today he said that world community should take notice of unprovoked Indian shelling at Line of Control which is resulting in causalities of civilian population.

He said all possible measures would be taken for the welfare of affectees of unprovoked Indian shelling.

He said that durable peace in South Asia could not be established without resolving the longstanding Kashmir dispute in accordance with the aspirations of Kashmiris.

He called upon the civilized world to take serious note of worst human rights abuses by Indian forces in occupied Jammu and Kashmir.

Meanwhile AJK pm Raja Farooq Haider Khan visited the grave of Havaldar Ibrar Shaheed and laid a floral wreath on his grave. AJK minister for information Raja Mushtaq Minhas was also with him. The prime minister announced to upgrade primary school of the village of Ibrar Shaheed to middle school, provision of job to the widow of the martyred soldier and construction of link road to his village.

He also announced to name the road after Ibrar Shaheed and rupees three lakhs for his family. Prime minister Farooq Haider Khan paid rich tribute to the Ibrar Shaheed who embraced martyrdom in the Bhimber Sector of Azad Kashmir in cross LoC shelling.

He said that we are proud of our soldiers and officers who defend our frontiers with great bravery. They are our heroes and it is our responsibility to take care of their Families. He further said that nation is united like a solid rock against any aggression from the enemy country.