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AJK PM Raja Farooq Haider calls on senator Raja Zaffar-ul-Haq in Islamabad

Islamabad: (Parliament Times) The Prime Minister of Azad Kashmir Raja Farooq called on leader of the House in the Senate and chairman PML-N Raja Zafarul Haq here on Friday.

Speaking on the occasion AJK prime minister Raja Farooq Haider Khan while apprising him of the prevailing political and human rights situation in Indian Held Kashmir said that Kashmir freedom struggle has entered into a new phase after the martyrdom of Burhan Muzaffar Wani. He said that over hundred people have been martyred and three hundred have lost their eyesight during last one year as a result of the use of pellet guns and live ammunition by Indian occupation forces in Held Kashmir.

Speaking on the occasion, Raja Zafar ul Haqq said that Pakistan would continue to extend political, diplomatic and moral support to the people of Kashmir. He said that the Kashmiris on other side of LoC wrote a new history by continuing their struggle under strict curfew. He said that some short-sighted and politically immature politicians were engaged in destabilizing the country ignoring the freedom movement of Kashmir and security threats from India.
Raja Zafar –ul- Haq further said that Indian forces deployed in Kashmir have crossed all the limits by perpetrating inhuman excesses on the freedom loving People of Kashmir. He expressed his satisfaction over the performance of PML-N government in AJK and added that “we are fully aware that the government in the state is implementing the mission and vision of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif by initiating development process”.

Raja Zafarul Haqq said that government of Pakistan and entire nation is firmly stand with the people of occupied Jammu and Kashmir in their struggle against tyranny and barbarism being committed by India.

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