Azad Kashmir Ministers express confidence PM AJK’s leadership

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Muzaffarabad: Senior ministers of the Azad Jammu and Kashmir government, including Colonel (Retired) Waqar Ahmed Noor and Ministers Abdul Majid Khan, Nasir Ansar Abdali, Sardar Javaid Ayub, Ahmad Raza Qadri, and Chaudhry Akbar Ibrahim, have expressed their confidence in the leadership of Prime Minister Chaudhry Anwar-ul-Haq, stating that the current government is focused on unity, organization, and development. They emphasized that any lack of confidence could be personal, but the government remains united and organized. The ministers highlighted that the upcoming Ramadan will solely focus on worship, with issues regarding forests, health, and secretariat employees already resolved.

Speaking at a press conference at the PA ID Complex on Wednesday, Colonel (Retired) Waqar Ahmed Noor stated that under Prime Minister Chaudhry Anwar-ul-Haq’s governance, good governance has prevailed for the past 11 months. He emphasized that governments do not operate based on personal desires and pointed out the government’s efforts against the cigarette, flour, and timber mafias. The ministers assured that governance decisions are made for the betterment of the people, with solutions provided for various issues, instilling hope among the populace.

Abdul Majid Khan, the Finance Minister, cautioned against the storm brewing in the cup of statements regarding the motion of no confidence, urging against targeting individuals within institutions. He emphasized that political threats will not deter accountability processes. Khan praised the army chief and paid tribute to the martyrs of the Mir Ali incident, stressing the importance of acknowledging those who stand by Pakistan. He credited the current government for the completion of projects like Shah Sultan Bridge and the ongoing Jagran Hydel project. Khan further highlighted the government’s commitment to social protection, ensuring assistance for deserving individuals through a new system.

Raja Faisal Mumtaz Rathore, the Minister for Municipalities, dismissed doubts regarding the motion of no confidence, stating that there is no room for such speculation. He reiterated the government’s focus on development, which had halted during previous administrations but has since been revitalized under the current government. Rathore emphasized that governing is more challenging than forming governments and expressed confidence in the unity government established after general elections in Pakistan.

Health Minister Nasir Ansar Abdali emphasized ongoing negotiations with MNCH employees, urging against disrespectful language or mockery of assembly members. He stressed the importance of constructive dialogue and civil discourse.

The government ministers reiterated their commitment to governance, development, and transparency, dismissing doubts and emphasizing progress under Prime Minister Chaudhry Anwar-ul-Haq’s leadership.

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