Modi can no longer suppress Kashmiris forcefully: Shah Ghulam Qadir

Bureau Report

NEELUM: Indian PM Narendra Modi is waging the policy of worst violations of human rights in Indian Occupied Kashmir (IOK), but he can no longer suppress the voice of the people of Kashmir forcefully now, said the Speaker Azad Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Assembly, Shah Ghulam Qadir here on Saturday. He expressed this while addressing to a big gathering of people in Neelum. Shah Ghulam Qadir said that work on road networks is underway. The speedy work on roads shows that all the far flung areas of Neelum will get this facility within the time period of five years. The division of Neelum into two constituencies will decrease the issues and increase the resources. People of Neelum have tried PPP for 10 years. None of the parties is able to compete with the PML-N, he added. Speaker AJK LA said that Neelum has rich potential in tourism. After the end of coronavirus curse thousands of people will visit Neelum. Making ablution and offering prayers five times a day can protect one from the coronavirus pandemic, he further said.