AJK Prime Minister Ch. Abdul Majeed has said that his government at the base of the Kashmir freedom movement will never lag behind performing its due global obligations and at the same time international community would have to stop India from violation of human rights and killings of the innocent people in occupied Jammu & Kashmir.
Talking to various public representatives, delegations at the prime minister house at his native village Chakswari in Mirpur on Saturday the AJK prime minister said, “It was the responsibility of the international community to ensure early implementation of UN resolutions so that people of Kashmir could exercise their fundamental right of free will”.
“The right to self determination is, as promised and acknowledged by the United Nations, the only acceptable solution of the issue for the people of Kashmir,” Ch. Majeed observed.
He once again made it clear that India will have to accept the stark reality that people of Jammu & Kashmir would never accept its rule on their sacred land and now the time has come that
Kashmiris should be blessed with freedom.
“It could be accessed through the fact that entire occupied Jammu & Kashmir state was banged today with Zindabad slogans for Pakistan by the valiant freedom loving people of the occupied state”, he underlined.
The AJK prime minister said that his government was performing with an agenda of serving the people of the state and implementing the vision of the party. Discrimination would not be done with any one nor the norms of justice would be exploited anyway, he declared and claimed that the government of AJ&K has changed the political culture of the state ensuring the supremacy of law and justice.
“The exploiting society has been replaced with one based on equality and the expectation people have with us would be met one by one as promised to them in the elections held four years ago”, he maintained.
The PM AJ&K said that nation-building departments have been directed to come up with timely completion of ongoing development schemes so that government could achieve targets.