Muzaffarabad: (Parliament Times) The prime minister of Azad Kashmir Raja Farooq Haider Khan on Monday said that bureaucracy should lend its all out support to the elected public representatives in order to ensure rule of law in the state.
The AJK premier made these assertions while addressing a function held in connection with 69 foundation day of Kashmir Institute of Management. Besides other government functionaries the function was attended by Additional Chief Secretary General Farhat Ali Mir, Inspector General Police Bashir Memon, Secretary Services Ch. Liaqat Hussain, Secretary Information Mansoor Qadir Dar and others.
Speaking on the occasion the AJK premier said that his government can not provide jobs to the recommendees [Safarshion] thereby usurping the rights of poor and economically downtrodden masses. â€œThere will be no compromise on the quality of education in AJK, NTS examinations have badly exposed our quality and standard of education in the region, we want to improve the education system, by closing down all illegal doors once and for allâ€, he said adding that all government employees will have to take oath after assuming charge of the office.
He said that officers of Kashmir Institute of Management should be made aware of Kashmir history so that they could have an inkling of our forefathersâ€™ sacrifices. He said that they must have a first hand knowledge about our journey to prosperity in the region
Referring to the snap polls held in the UK last week Khan said that election of Kashmiri origin British nationals in the recent polls was matter of great pleasure. â€œExposing Indian atrocities is our shared responsibilityâ€, he said adding that the incumbent government would use all available resources to highlight the plight of Kashmiris at international level. He said that Indian occupation forces were carrying out genocide of Kashmiri Muslims in IHK saying that it was the governmentâ€™s prime responsibility to project and promote the cause vociferously both at national as well as international level.
Stressing the need for complete unanimity and concurrence at all levels the AJK premier said that keeping in view the larger interests of the people of the region there was dire need to move forward collectively.