Muzaffarabad, (Parliament Times) : The Prime Minister of Azad Jammu and Kashmir Raja Muhammad Farooq Haider Khan has said that India is the cruel killer of humanity. India’s democracy is the biggest fraud which throws dust in the eyes of the world. Claiming democracy, India is the biggest terrorist country in the world. Republic Day of India is a black day for us. He said India has occupied Kashmir aggressively. For seven decades, India has been using undemocratic methods in occupied Kashmir to keep the market of oppression hot. The black laws in force in Occupied Kashmir are clearly against democratic values. He questioned the audiences What happened in occupied Kashmir after August 5? Does the democratic country do it? The Kashmir Independence Movement is a peace movement in Asia. He said there is no place for minorities in India. Minorities living in India are afraid of extremist rulers. We have had a black day since the day India started celebrating Republic Day.
In a statement, the Prime Minister of Azad Jammu and Kashmir said that Occupied Kashmir has been under Indian military siege since August 5, 2019. India’s move on August 5 is a serious violation of UN resolutions. He said India has grossly violated UN resolutions. The Prime Minister Raja Mohammad Farooq Haider Khan said that he pays homage to the spirit of Hurriyat of Kashmiris and to the millions of martyrs who with their warm blood kept the Shama movement bright and bright for the future and faced difficult situations and difficulties. He added that Kashmiris do not accept the Indian move of August 5. Kashmiris are by no means part of India and can never be. Kashmiris have sacrificed their third generation for the independence movement. He thanked all the countries, institutions and organizations for raising voice for Kashmiris. He said that the world has promised to give Kashmiris the right to self-determination. He said that Kashmiris want their basic right to self-determination as per UN resolutions. He concluded that there are several UN Security Council resolutions on it.