Islamabad, (Parliament Times) : Prime Minister Sardar Tanveer Ilyas Khan called on AJK president Barrister Sultan Mehmood Chaudhry at Kashmir House here Saturday.
During the meeting the duo while discussing the issues of mutual concern took a strong notice of the stepped-up human rights violations being committed by the Indian forces in the Indian Occupied Kashmir.
Reiterating their commitment of establishing good governance they resolved that good governance was key to resolve the problems and improving the living standard of the people. Good governance, they observed, was imperative for achieving the loft goal of self-sufficiency. Both the leaders vowed to make Azad Kashmir a true base camp of freedom movement.
Meanwhile, President Azad Jammu and Kashmir Barrister Sultan Mehmood Chaudhry while talking to various delegations said that Kashmiris living in occupied Kashmir and world abroad should lodge a strong protest on the occasion of Modi’s visit to Srinagar on April 24.
Barrister Chaudhary said that diaspora communities settled in the UK and other European countries must stage forceful protests to expose Indian brutalities in Kashmir. He said that the APHC’s call for protest on the occasion of Modi’s visit to Srinagar on Sunday, April 24 should be made a success.
Referring to Modi’s despicable attempt to change the special status of Occupied Kashmir on August 5, 2019, the AJK president said that after stripping the region of its special status, the BJP government was now hatching conspiracies to change the demographics of Kashmir by issuing fake domiciles to 4.2 million non-state Hindus.
He said that the Indian government had also granted land to 4,000 non-state Hindu investors, which he said was a part of the government’s settler colonialism policy.