April 2007 News

PPP mulling campaign against AJK Govt: Hameed

13 April 2007
The Pakistan Tribune

Islamghar: President Pakistan People’s Party AJK, Chaudhry Abdul Hameed has said that there is no organized government in Azad Kashmir and the people of the state are being ridiculed across the globe due to the childish steps of prime minister Sardar Atiq Ahmad Khan. The rulers, he said, were plundering millions of rupees for their personal luxuries in guise of Kashmir festival. He expressed these views while talking to the representatives of Islamghar press club here on Friday. Chaudhry Abdul Hameed said very soon the PPP would give a call of campaign against the Pakistan-backed Sardar Atiq government and the movement would continue until the government’ debacle. The government, he said, was spreading vulgarity and trying to put the young generation on the path of immorality. While on the other hand, the quake-stricken people were still awaiting for the government relief, he said adding the PPP government would made the rulers accountable for a single penny.

 

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