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President AJK calls on Caretaker PM Pakistan

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Islamabad: Caretaker Prime Minister of Pakistan Anwar-ul-Haq Kakar, while reaffirming his country’s continued support for Kashmiris’ right of self-determination, has said that Pakistan would never leave the Kashmiri people alone in their fight against Indian occupation. The Prime Minister Kakar said this while talking to AJK president Barrister Sultan Mahmood Chaudhry who met him on Friday.

The PM said that the caretaker government would spare no efforts in bringing the plight of Kashmiri people to the international limelight and raising violations of human rights in Occupied Kashmir at every forum. Lauding the supreme sacrifices rendered by the people of Kashmir, the PM said that the day was not far when Kashmiris’ decades-long struggle and sacrifices would reach fruition.

On this occasion, President Azad Kashmir Barrister Sultan Mahmood Chaudhry briefed the Caretaker Prime Minister Anwar ul Haq Kakar about the fast deteriorating political and human rights situation in the Indian Occupied territory of Jammu and Kashmir.

Barrister Sultan Mehmood Chaudhry extended his heartfelt felicitations to Mr. Kakar on assuming the charge as Caretaker Prime Minister of Pakistan. Barrister Chaudhry also invited the caretaker prime minister to address a joint sitting of the Legislative Assembly of Azad Kashmir. Caretaker Prime Minister Anwarul Haq Kakar accepted the invitation and said that he would visit Azad Kashmir soon.

The AJK president, on this occasion, said that Indian occupation forces were involved in gross human rights violations in Occupied Kashmir. Besides killing innocent civilians in occupied Kashmir, the president said that the RSS-influenced regime led by Modi has wreaked havoc on religious minorities including Muslims, Christians, Sikhs, Dalits and others in India.  The persecution of religious minorities, he said, had left India exposed at the world level.

Apprising PM Kakar about the status of ongoing development projects in Azad Kashmir, Barrister Sultan Mehmood Chaudhry sought urgent release of special funds from the federal government to ensure timely completion of the ongoing projects. He also reiterated the AJK government’s request for the release of pledged funds for the development of the state, including Devi Gali Cadet College.

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