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Seven decades old Kashmir conflict is threat for peace in South Asia: PM AJK

BRUSSELS (Parliament Times)

The Prime Minister of Azad Jammu and Kashmir Raja Farooq Haider Khan says we are all on one page when it comes to Kashmir.
Addressing at a dinner hosted by Chairman Muslim League-N Youth Wing Europe Raja Muhammad Khalid here on the other day. Our target is to carry the voice of oppressed people of Jammu and Kashmir to the civilized nations of the world, he added.
He expressed happiness that world had started taking interest in the seven decades old Kashmir conflict that is a potential threat for peace in South Asia. International community is getting familiarized with Indian atrocities against armless people of Jammu and Kashmir, he observed.
He said Kashmiris are struggling hard against all odds to achieve their goal of liberation from India which was also promised to them by the world body. India by all means of brute tactics is trying to suppress the popular liberation struggle of gallant people of Kashmir, he stated.
The AJK Premier was confident that sacrifices of people of Kashmir would not go waste and at the end of the day they will get their long fought freedom. He appreciated that Kashmiris living in Europe made untiring efforts in highlighting Kashmir issue at international level.
He also expressed thanks to Pakistan, its people and all political parties of the country who did not change their stance on Kashmir. He said Kashmiris settled in Europe have doubled their efforts to expose Indian forces tyrannies and human rights abuses over the globe.
The Chairman Kashmir Council Europe Ali Raza Syed and Muhammad Siddique also addressed on the occasion.

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