April 2004 News

Resistance Till Kashmir Accession To Pakistan: AJK PM

16 April 2004
News Network International

Kotli: Prime Minister of Azad Jammu and Kashmir Sardar Sikandar Hayat Khan has said Kashmiris resistance to unlawful Indian rule in occupied Kashmir will continue till freedom and Kashmir's accession to Pakistan. He said that the United States, the United Kingdom and the European Union should play their active role to help save the South Asia region from the dangers of war by assisting Pakistan and India in the resolution of Kashmir dispute. The AJK prime minister expressed these views while speaking to a reception that was arranged for him here by Muslim Conference leader Chaudhry Muhammad Khan. He said that Kashmir dispute resolution only under the relevant United Nations resolutions could guarantee permanent peace in the region. He urged the people to strengthen the hands of Muslim Conference that has always rendered sacrifices for the Kashmiri nation and for the Kashmir freedom movement. The prime minister said that differences within the political parties is part of democracy, however adding that he will take along all sections of society in this democratic struggle. He claimed that all-round development projects have been initiated in the Azad Kashmir and if the present Muslim Conference leaders and workers remain united the party will definitely reap its fruit in the 2006 elections in the form of landslide victor. He said that record funds will be allocated for the public health, education and road projects in the next fiscal year. He said that people have started realizing the strength of the Muslim Conference as they can see development taking place everywhere in the Azad Jammu and Kashmir.

 

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