July 2007 News

India can seize arms but not passion: AJK PM

14 July 2007
The Pakistan Tribune

Muzaffarabad: The Prime Minister Azad Jammu and Kashmir Sardar Attique Ahmed Khan said that India can seize arms from us but not the passion and enthusiasm. He urged to solve this problem through dialogue process. He said this while addressing a seminar, which was conducted under the aegis of Kashmir Culture Academy. The leaders of All Party Hurriat Conference, elected members, intellectuals, media persons and large number of people attended the seminar. On this occasion, the Prime Minister Azad Jammu and Kashmir Sardar Attique Ahmed Khan said that the dialogue process between Pakistan and India has started due to the sacrifices of Kashmiri people. He also said that it is high time to solve this problem through table talk. We need to adopt such a culture, which teaches us brotherhood and discourages us from discrimination. The Prime Minister stated that we would not turn back and leave this matter incomplete till the solution of this issue. He said that All Jammu and Kashmir Muslim Conference would not compromise on its objectives and will fight to get the rights of Kashmiris people. Sardar Attique said that India’s support in East Pakistan have encouraged separatists to start independence movements in India, such situation is facing by India due to its mistakes in past. Now we hope that India will no more adopt the policy of deceitfulness and untruthfulness. Sardar Attique Ahmed Khan said that the Self-governance has gathered all the European countries at one platform and encouraged them to work for the welfare and betterment of the people of their countries. He further stated that Pakistan and India should step forward to solve this problem. He also said that Kashmir has the power to resist for obtaining its right and India will have to pay some cost for the delaying of solution of the Kashmir issue. In Conclusion, he said that the solution of Kashmir issue would allow Kashmir to make progress socially and economically . End.

 

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