Muzaffarabad, (Parliament Times) : Asifa Bhutto Zardari, daughter of Pakistan People’s Party leader and martyr Benazir Bhutto, has said that we should always give life for democracy. We stood with Kashmiris and will continue to stand, just stamp on the arrow on July 25. PPP leader Asifa Bhutto while addressing the workers on the first Kohala bridge said that our relationship with Kashmir has been for 3 generations, for the first time in Kashmir. I have come, we have given our lives for democracy. Later addressing a large gathering in Patiala, Asifa Bhutto Zardari said that Quaid-e-Awam Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto laid the foundation of PPP on Kashmir issue and declared that we will fight for Kashmir’s independence for a thousand years. Benazir said that where the sweat of Kashmiris will fall, our blood will fall. Benazir Bhutto also gave Kashmiris the status of observers in the OIC. President Pakistan Peoples Party Azad Kashmir Chaudhry Latif Akbar in his address said that I welcome Ms. Asifa Bhutto on her arrival in Azad Kashmir. Bhutto is the family who sacrificed their lives for Kashmir. Pakistan’s current leadership is incompetent and has maintained a criminal silence on Kashmir and the partition of Kashmir has a language barrier. July 25 is the day of referendum on Kashmir. Assembly candidate Syed Bazal Ali Naqvi said that the Bhutto family is a real patriot and a family that hurts the people. All others are incompetent and businessmen.
Assembly candidate Sardar Javed Ayub said that people have tried fake change in Pakistan and fake good governance in Azad Kashmir and now they cannot hand themselves over to destruction. Their betterment and success lies in stamping on the arrow.
Earlier, when Asifa Bhutto Zardari reached Muzaffarabad. She received a warm welcome from thousands of workers, PYO, PSF, Ladies Wing, People’s Lawyers, District, Tehsil and local organizations led by PPP Azad Kashmir President Chaudhry Latif Akbar visited him at Kohala. When BB Asifa Bhutto Zardari’s caravan reached Ambur Camp, Mubarak Haider warmly welcomed them.