Amritsar-based Sikh organization Dal Khalsa urges world powers to help resolve Kashmir dispute
The Amritsar-based Sikh organization Dal Khalsa has paid glowing tributes to the popular Kashmiri youth commander, Burhan Wani on his first anniversary. Dal Khalsa leaders H S Dhami and Kanwar Pal Singh while paying their respect to the departed soul in a statement in Amritsar said Kashmir’s brave-heart has infused new life in the movement. “A spark was needed to rekindle the spirit for freedom in Kashmir, said they and added that his death provided that spark. “Burhan reverberates in the minds and emotions of the Kashmiri people, who love him, admire him and cherish his contribution to the just cause”, said they. Expressing solidarity with the people of Kashmir, the leaders of pro-Sikh freedom group said the people of Punjab shares the pain and concerns of their next door neighbors. They urged the world powers to break their studied silence, rise above their commercial interests and intervene to resolve the Kashmir dispute by granting the people their right to self determination.
Topic: PML-N respects judiciary in letter, spirit: Asif
Minister for Water and Power Khawaja Asif says PML-N respects the judiciary in letter and spirit. Addressing a ceremony in Sialkot on Sunday, he said that PML-N tolerated lot of hurdles for an independent judiciary and rule of law in the country. He said that under vibrant leadership of the Prime Minister history of unprecedented country's development is going to be made. The Minister said that economically stable and prosperous Pakistan is our motive and we will never back off from this purpose. He said that China Pakistan Economic Corridor Project is guarantor of Pakistan's prosperity and progress. He said that as per vision of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif our mission is to make the country economically impregnable. The Minister said that there is no single case of corruption and irregularity against the government as transparency and merit is our agenda.
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