AJK PM emphasizes national unity to take freedom movement in IoK to its logical end


Altaf Hamid Rao.

MIRPUR (AJK),  (Parliament Times) : Addressing mammoth black day rally in the AJK State’s capital town on Tuesday, Azad Jammu and Kashmir Prime Minister Raja Muhammad Farooq Haider Khan called for maintaining complete unity and understanding among the political forces to collectively move forward for achieving the cherished goal of freedom.

India, he said , is our sole enemy and is bent upon to weaken the unity of the Kashmiri people but the Kashmiri people are fully aware of the designs of the enemy .He said ”Kashmir is an indivisible unity and Kashmiri people are the fundamental party to the Kashmir dispute and added that the only solution of the Kashmir dispute is the plebiscite for which concrete and joint efforts are needed to decide the future of longstanding Kashmir dispute in accordance with the United Nations resolutions”.

The Prime Minister demanded the immediate unconditional release of all the Hurriyet leaders, lifting of ban on the media and repealing of Black laws and stopping atrocities and human rights abuses in occupied Kashmir. The Prime Minister paid rich tributes to the people of occupied Kashmir for facing repressions of the brute Indian forces with courage and determination.

Raja Muhammad Farooq Haider Khan strongly condemned the publication of blasphemous caricature and extremist statement of President of France and demanded to convene the session of OIC in this regard. The function was attended by the leaders of All Parties Hurriyat Conference .Political leaders, members of civil society and large number of people from all walks of life.

As reported earlier, Jammu & Kashmir people living both sides of the line of control Pakistan and abroad observed Black day today (Tuesday) to condemn the illegal landing of Indian forces in occupied Kashmir on this day in 1947.

Public rallies and seminars were held all over Azad Kashmir to express their indignation over the illegal landing of Indian forces and expressed their complete solidarity with the people of Occupied Kashmir who have been subjected to the worst kind of atrocities at the hands of Indian forces for the last 73 years .

A major ceremony to observe Black day was the hall mark of the day – which Kashmiris assume the bleakest day in the history to mark the Black day.