ISLAMABAD, (Parliament Times) : The President of Azad Jammu and Kashmir, Sardar Masood Khan, while congratulating the entire nation on the occasion of Pakistan Resolution Day said that people of Kashmir will continue their struggle to liberate their motherland and make it part of Pakistan to complete the country.
In a message issued here on Monday, AJK President highlighted the significance of the Pakistan resolution that was passed on this day in 1940 and led to the successful culmination of Pakistan movement in 1947 and said that a representative Kashmiri delegation headed by Moulana Ghulam Haider Jandalvi was the part of All India Muslim League Working Committee meeting held in Lahore on 22–24 March 1940 that had passed the resolution.
Describing Pakistan as the ultimate destiny of the Kashmiri people, Sardar Masood Khan said that the journey of Kashmiris to achieve this destination will continue. He cherished Pakistan’s role in advancing the Kashmir cause both at national and international level and said that struggling people of Jammu and Kashmir are highly grateful to the state and people of Pakistan for their all-out moral, political and diplomatic support to the just struggle”.
He reiterated the commitment and resolve of Kashmiris to continue their struggle for liberation from India and state’s accession to Pakistan in spite of all difficulties and Indian conspiracies.
Touching upon the situation in Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir, AJK President said people of occupied Jammu and Kashmir have been facing bloodshed, massacres and mayhem for 73 years simply because of their emotional attachment with Pakistan.
He said since 1947, state-sanctioned oppression by occupation forces has claimed half a million lives. Now genocide is being perpetrated with impunity and without accountability.
“We condemn the illegal actions India has taken since August 5, 2019, to annex the occupied territory, to divide it, and to brutalize its people. Tyranny and terrorism must stop forthwith,” President Khan demanded.
The state President appealed to the international community, especially the United Nations, to act now to save Kashmiris from the scourge of annihilation.