Kashmiris' sacrifices would not go waste: Majeed
The AJK Prime Minister called upon the civilized world to take strong note of Indian state terrorism in Occupied Kashmir under their black laws.
The AJK Prime Minister Chaudhry Abdul Majeed has urged the UN and all democratic countries to take steps in implementing UN Security Council resolutions on Kashmir so that Kashmiri people could achieve their basic right to self-determination.
In a statement issued in Muzaffarabad on Wednesday he said that eight lakh Indian troops have usurped these rights of Kashmiri people. They have turned the Occupied Kashmir into a military camp and all involved in target killings of the innocent Kashmiri people. He said that Indian troops are also involved in the custodial killings and gross human rights violations of Kashmiri people.
Chaudhry Abdul Majeed called upon the civilized world to take strong note of Indian state terrorism in Occupied Kashmir under their black laws. He said that the Kashmiri leaders are being arrested and tortured in military prisons.
He reiterated determination of the people of Kashmiri to render all sacrifices for their liberation. He said that their peaceful liberation movement would continue till they achieve their basic rights.
He said that the sacrifices rendered by seven lakh Kashmiri people during the last 66 years would not go waste and they would be succeeded in removing the so called Line of Control between two parts of Kashmir.
Chaudhry Abdul Majeed said that Pakistan and Kashmiri people are determined to render all sacrifices for security‚ solidarity‚ progress and prosperity of Pakistan. He also paid rich tributes to Armed Forces of Pakistan helping the Kashmiris to protect their honour and dignity.