Amendments in Act 74 & abolishment of K-Council a part of our manifesto: Minhas

Muzaffarabad: (Parliament Times) Minister for Information, Tourism and IT Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) Raja Mushtaq Ahmed Minhas has said that abolishment of the Kashmir Council is the decision of the masses of AJK, which is going to be endorsed by the elected Prime Minister of the State.

During an interview here on Monday, Minister said that when the PML-N government is going to reinforce the real authority in the State, some people are going to bow for their personal means, “I caution them that people of AJK are standing as backbone of their elected Prime Minister Raja Farooq Haider Khan” he maintained.

Mushtaq Minhas stated that the amendments in the Azad Jammu and Kashmir Interim Constitution Act 1974 and the abolishment of the Kashmir Council was a part of our manifestation on which the already formed committees progressed.

He reiterated that relations between the people of Pakistan and Kashmir are eternal which cannot weaken by any power of the world.

He said that Prime Minister Raja Farooq Haider took Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif in confidence on the subject of this matter and after a detailed consideration and reviewing the state of affairs, decision for the bright future of Kashmiri has been taken.

He said that some of the ill-fated representatives are preferring their personal interests rather than public interest and they became selfish in politics.

While talking on protest by Council employees, he said in delicate words that the government employees cannot be permitted to drive out rallies.

“The government employees of the Kashmir Council should take care of their job, they are not permitted to blackmail the legislators” Minister for Information stated.

He added that the relationship between Pakistan and Kashmir are very strong because the Kashmiris’ final destination is Pakistan for which they have sacrificed millions of lives.

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