Day not far away, people of IoK get independence from India: Ali Muhammad Khan

APP03-27 ISLAMABAD: October 27 – Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs, Engr. Ali Muhammad Khan speaking during the launching of a report on human rights violations in Occupied Kashmir at Riphah Institute of Public Policy. APP photo by Saleem Rana

ISLAMABAD, Oct 27 (APP):Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs Ali Muhammad Khan on Saturday said that the day is not far away when the people of Indian Occupied Kashmir (IoK) would get independence from India.
Speaking at the Report Launching ceremony titled “The Case of Human Rights Violations in Kashmir” by the Center of Peace and Social Studies (CPASS), the present government was making efforts to make Pakistan economically strong and powerful in the world.
He said that Pakistan came into being on the name of Islam that teaches us religion tolerence and freedom.He warned India and said our patience is not our weakness. We are nuclear nation and know how to defend our soil, he added.
He strongly condemned the atrocities of the Indian forces in Occupied Kashmir on the innocent people.He said that the whole nation should come forward to play its role.
Director General CPASS Asif Khurshid said that Kashmir has been the major outstanding issue between the two South Asian nuclear nations.
He said that CPASS has also suggested some recommendations and a comprehensive way forward for the newly elected government of Pakistan.
Former High Commissioner of Pakistan Abdul Basit, MNA Ms. Farrukh Khan, Dr. Manzoor Afridi, Dean of Public Policy Department, Riphah University. Director General Center of Peace and Social Studies Asif Khursheed, Managing Diector Kashif Zaheer Khamboo also attended the event.