Texas,(Parliament Times): PML-N Azad Jammu and Kashmir President and former Prime Minister Raja Muhammad Farooq Haider Khan has said that the United Nations, OIC and human rights organizations should stop the massacre of Kashmiris by the Indian occupying forces in the occupied state of Jammu and Kashmir. Former Prime Minister and President of PML-N Azad Kashmir Raja Muhammad Farooq Haider Khan in his address said that massacre of innocent Kashmiris in the occupied state of Jammu and Kashmir has become a daily routine of Indian occupying forces to change the demographics of the state of Jammu and Kashmir. India is committing serious violations of all international laws.
All avenues for lasting peace in the region pass through Kashmir. Imran Khan’s government has made a deal with Kashmir. One day, four businessmen and a doctor were martyred by Indian forces in Srinagar. And, the next day, Indian spy Kulbhushan was given NRO by the Parliament of Pakistan. Kashmiri people will never give up their basic rights.
Apart from the political leadership of the state, including the Hurriyat leaders, by imprisoning the youth and innocent children, India has made the occupied state the largest prison in the world.
He said that the government formed by Imran Niazi by collecting work charges in Azad Kashmir would not last long. We will not allow anyone to stand in the way of the journey of construction and development that was started by acquiring the acquired rights. The struggle of Kashmiris will continue till the right of self-determination is achieved. Let the Kashmiri people living in the outside world play their strong and effective role by becoming the vanguard of the freedom struggle. He was addressing a reception hosted by Abid Malik, former coordinator and president of Pakistan Society of North Texas, at his residence. The reception was attended by Member Assembly, former Minister Hafiz Ahmad Raza Qadri, former Advisor to the Prime Minister Mirza Tanveer Jral, Kashmiri community leaders AD Raja, Raja Muhammad Siddique, Khalid Malik, Sabeel Abbasi, Abid Baig, Ghalib Malik, Khadim Hussain, Shakeel Abbas, Aitzaz Asad, Saad Malik and others attended.