Roar of lion to make arrow, bat, horse worthless in AJK polls: Asif Kirmani

DHUDIAL (AJK), July 1 (APP): Advisor to Prime Minister on Political Affairs Dr Asif Kirmani said the roar of lion in the elections of Azad Kashmir on July 21 would make the election symbols of arrow, bat and horse worthless.

Addressing a meeting of party leaders and workers at Iftar here, he said the outgoing PPP government in AJK denied people their
rights and did not work for the progress and prosperity of the area
and the broken roads were a symptom of its apathy.

He said the good news was that leader of Pakistan, Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif was very soon returning to Pakistan
as he had regained his health.

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The Prime Minister would also come to Azad Jammu and Kashmir,
he added.

Kirmani said seasonal birds were hovering around at this time
of elections, adding the election symbol of bat of Pakistan Tehreek
i Insaf was worthless as party was enemy of the progress and
prosperity of AJK.

He said Imran Khan popularly known as Container Khan sold the honour and dignity of the nation to Kerry Packer and opposed the government elected with votes of the people.

He said Nawaz Sharif was symbol of service to the people and strength for the federation, adding the Prime Minister understood the problems of people of AJK.

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He said their struggle was to ensure that there should be free
movement of people across the Line of Control (LoC) and separated
brothers continue meeting each other.

He urged people to strengthen hands of Nawaz Sharif.

Every candidate in AJK elections was Nawaz Sharif and the next
government of Pakistan Muslim League (N) would bring progress and
prosperity in AJK, he added.

The government of PML-N would create job opportunities and
build infrastructure to promote tourism, he said adding more
hospitals and schools would be constructed.

He stressed that government employees should not get involved
in the election campaign of the outgoing government.