Former Azad Jammu Kashmir Prime Minister Barrister Sultan Ahmed said Kashmiris are more concerned about being included in Pakistan-India talks on Kashmir rather than Pakistan’s decision to give India most favoured nation (MFN) status. He was speaking at a press conference on Sunday upon returning from Indian-occupied Kashmir. He said the Kashmiris still struggle for accession to Pakistan and the Srinagar High Court Bar Association, including its Hindu and Sikh members, had recently passed a unanimous resolution seeking accession to Pakistan. He said the people of the occupied valley were continuing their freedom struggle and there were no signs of tiredness. He said he called on Kashmiri leaders Syed Ali Gilani, Yasin Malik, Shabbir Shah and Mirwaiz Omer Farooq who reiterated their stance on the future of the valley. The former AJK premier sought Pakistan Muslim League-Quaid support in the by-polls for an AJK Assembly seat in Gujrat. Demanding the polling process be fair and free, he said rigging in the poll could weaken Islamabad’s stand on Kashmir.