AJK PM concerned over rising ceasefire violations by India on LoC


Says terrorist Indian Army crossed all limits of tyranny,

Texas, United States: Prime Minister Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) Raja Farooq Haider has expressed grave concern over the frequent Indian firing at Line of Control (LoC) and urged peace loving countries of the world to take serious note of these brutal acts.

In his statement issued from Texas, United States on Tuesday, he strongly condemned unprovoked firing by the Indian Army at Tatta-Pani sector of LoC resulting into the martyrdom of a six year-old child Saddam and two elders.

Expressing deep grief and sorrow over the killing of innocent Saddam, Prime Minister said that Saddam’s sacred blood will not go in waste.

“I couldn’t express my sorrow through words. My heart is bleeding while seeing the picture of innocent martyr”, PM said.

He said children, women and elderly people at Line of Control have become the soft targets of Indian Army. They are being targeted through Indian sniper guns every second day.

“The terrorist Indian Army has crossed all limits of tyranny. International community must take serious notice of their fascism”, Haider appealed.

Raja Farooq Haider said that he came here in US to raise voice for the hundreds of children like Saddam, women and senior citizens who were brutally killed by the Indian Armed forces.

The Prime Minister condoled with the parents of Saddam and other LoC martyrs and said that brutalities of Indian Army would be highlighted at every international forum.