AJK PM asks UN to send fact finding mission to IoK

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Mubashar Naqvi

Muzaffarabad

The Prime Minister Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) Raja Farooq Haider Khan has asked United Nations to send its fact finding mission to the Occupied Valley as per its reports.
He was talking to participants of visiting under training Sudanese Army Officers here on Friday.
The Prime Minister said that United Nations’ Human Rights Commission in its reports has identified gross human rights violations in the occupied Kashmir.
He said Pakistan principle stand on the issue of Kashmir has acknowledged the world over because Pakistan never claimed territory of Kashmir but want Kashmiris to decide their future through plebiscite. “Unlike Pakistan India claimed territory of Kashmir which has already been declared a disputed territory by United Nations”, PM added.
The Premier told the delegates that Kashmir was never the part of India. Till 1959, every Indian who wants to visit Kashmir formally needs permit. He said Kashmiris would never accept any other formula. They started their armed struggle when all other ways of peaceful movement of liberation were blocked.
Raja Farooq Haider said that Narrindera Modi led government is following the agenda of extremist RSS. “The occupied valley has been cut off with the rest of the world from last 62 days while there is strict curfew is imposed by the authorities restricting public movement, businesses, educational activities and other routine business. Kashmiris are stranded in their houses.” He added.
He informed the delegates that 14000 Kashmiri people including 12 years children are behind the bar in different Indian jails. “All political leadership are detained and India denying Kashmiris their fundamental rights”, Haider further told.