Kashmir is not a territorial dispute between India and Pakistan: AJK PM


Says it is all about Kashmiris’ right to self-determination,

MIRPUR (AJK),   (Parliament Times)  :    Azad Jammu and Kashmir Prime Minister Raja Muhammad Farooq Haider Khan has said that Kashmir is not a territorial dispute between India and Pakistan but it was a question of granting right to self determination to the Kashmiri people in accordance with the United Nations Resolutions.

Addressing a seminar jointly organized by the Azad Jammu and Kashmir University and Jammu & Kashmir Liberation Cell to mark the 73 foundation day of the Azad Kashmir government in the State’s metropolis late Saturday, he said plebiscite is the only solution of the Kashmir dispute for establishing durable and lasting peace in the region.

Haider said India has imposed a war of repressions and the worst kind of atrocities inflicted upon the Kashmiri people to crush the freedom movement in occupied Kashmir.

The Prime Minister underlined the need to formulate a joint strategy on Kashmir in consultation with the Kashmiri leadership as well as with Hurriyet leaders to lead the current liberation movement to its logical conclusion and added that it is our collective responsibility to highlight the Indian forces repressions and human rights abused over the globe.

He said Pakistan was established after a long sacrifices and only 2.5 lac people embraced martyrdom in Jammu region only while fifty five thousand women were abducted from Punjab.

He urged the students to play their role in projecting the Kashmir issue and highlight the Indian atrocities on social media and organize seminar and discussions programme on Kashmir issue to apprise the world about the latest development obtaining in occupied Kashmir.