AJK PM denounces India’s unprovoked shelling on ceasefire line


Lauds Pak army’s befitting response to enemy,

SAUDI ARABIA:   Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) Prime Minister Raja Farooq Haider Khan has strongly condemned the unprovoked firing by the Indian occupation forces at the Cease Fire Line (CFL) resulting into the martyrdom of two persons.

In his twitter post, the Prime Minister said that he got this news of unprovoked Indian shelling on civilian population in Neelum Valley while he was performing umra, which made him deeply saddened.

While expressing sympathies with the families of those martyred, AJK Prime Minister said that the Indian aggressive posturing has threatened the peace of the entire region.

Raja Farooq Haider while lauding the befitting response of valiant armed forces to the enemy said that Pak Army is fully capable to defend the motherland.

He directed the administration of concerned district to take all necessary measures to protect the precious lives of citizens.

The Prime Minister also directed to the officers and security officials posted nearby the CFL to be vigilant to respond any Indian misadventure.

He directed to the concerned officials of health department to provide best available medical care facilities to those injured in the Indian unprovoked shelling.

Meanwhile, Prime Minister Raja Farooq Haider who is in Saudi Arabia on his private brief trip performed umra. On this occasion, Raja Farooq Haider specially prayed for the freedom of Occupied Kashmir from Indian clutches, peace, stability and progress of Pakistan and unity of Muslim umaah.

Earlier, when he arrived here, the premier was received by high ranking government functionaries of the Kingdom along with Pakistan’s Consul General Sajid Hussain and large number of PML-N workers at International Airport at capital city Riyaz.

The Prime Minister was given the official protocol of the special guest by the Kingdom and was taken him to Makkah for performing umra in official protocol.

Haider is expected to meet top government dignitaries during the visit to discuss the illegal occupation of Kashmir at the hands of India.