AJK PM tells party high ups about government's performance

MIRPUR (AJK), Jul 15 (APP): Pakistan Muslim League (N) AJK
President, Raja Farooq Haider Khan condemned the recent mass killing of innocent Kashmiris during the fresh reign of state terrorism by the Indian forces in occupied Kashmir.

He called upon the international community especially the
United Nations and global human rights organizations to take
immediately intervene to get the Indian brutalities stopped in the bleeding valley of Kashmir.

Talking to media in his electoral constituency of Chakar in
Muzaffarabad on Friday, he said that India has broken all records of state violence and terrorism by targeting the freedom loving people of occupied Jammu & Kashmir.

New Delhi, he underlined has unleashed the reign of terror and violence to suppress the voice of the innocent Kashmiris who have launched their peaceful struggle for liberation of the motherland from Indian yoke.

He said that India lives in the paradise of fools if she consider that Kashmiris voice for freedom could be suppressed at
her military might. He said that Kashmiris struggle for freedom of the motherland from Indian subjugation would continue until a single Kashmiri was alive.

Meanwhile, addressing a rally at B/3 after Jumma prayer, PML (N) AJK leader and the party’s candidate from Mirpur city constituency Muhammad Saeed condemned the recent hike in the incidents of state violence by the Indian occupation forces in the troubled held valley.

He called for immediate intervention of the United Nations and global human rights organizations to get stopped the increased human rights violations by Indian forces in occupied Kashmir.

He urged UNO to perform its due role for ensuring early
implementation of the resolutions for the settlement of Kashmir issue in line with the wishes of the people of the state.

Saeed paid rich tributes to the Kashmiri martyrs including the
young 22-year-old commander Burhan Wani for laying down their precious lives for the cause of freedom of the motherland from Indian subjugation.