Indian Army crosses all limits of atrocities, intl community to take notice of this alarming situation, PM AJK

MUZAFFARABAD:     (Parliament Times)     Prime Minister Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) Raja Farooq Haider Khan on Sunday visited Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al-Nahyan Hospital (CMH) Muzaffarabad, inquired after the health of injured in Indian unprovoked firing at Cease Fire Line (CFL) and distributed compensation cheques among them.

Speaking on the occasion, Prime Minister paid rich tributes to the victims of Indian shelling who are rendering matchless sacrifices for their motherland.

He said Indian Army by targeting civilian population along the CFL through siniper guns and cluster bombs violating all international laws and conventions. “It is according to global laws is a crime for which India should be held accountable” the PM added.

Raja Farooq Haider stated that increasing Indian aggression on CFL on daily basis is posing serious threat to the regional peace. “Indian Army has crossed all limits of atrocities. International community and global human rights bodies must take notice of this alarming situation”, Haider world community.

The Prime Minister added that India wants to push back the civilian population residing along the Line of Control but its dream will never come true. “People living at LoC will never leave their places and will foil the nefarious designs of the enemy”, he said.

He said people of AJK are standing shoulder to shoulder with their valiant armed forces and are ready to give befitting reply to India.

“India by escalating tension at CFL, wants to divert the attention of international community from the deteriorating human rights situation in the occupied Valley” PM said.

The Prime Minister assured that all out efforts would be made to minimize the sufferings of CFL affectees. “A special budgetary head would be established to provide medical care facilities to Indian firing injured.

On this occasion, Prime Minister appreciated SKBZ Hospital’s administration for providing best available medical care facilities to injured persons

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