AJK PM calls emergency meeting in view of Indian move Deployment of more Indian troops creates war-like situation in IOK


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Prime Minister (PM) Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) Raja Farooq Haider Khan has announced to call a general emergency meeting of AJK Legislative Assembly, All Parties Conference and his cabinet in view of extraordinary movement of Indian military inside Kashmir valley and deployment of 28000 more troops in IHK. The AJK PM while issuing a special message also announced that APHC would also be taken into confidence in this regard.
He expressed his severe concern over the calling of extra troops to Kashmir valley by Indian rulers and calling back to pilgrims of Amernath Yattra and tourists from IHK. Farooq Haider has said that vacating the occupied valley from tourists and Hindu pilgrims depicts that Indian extremist rulers want to resort Hindu Muslim riots in IHK and targeting civilian population at the Line of Control to divert international attention from possible bloodshed of Kashmiri Muslims in IOK.
The AJK Prime Minister in his message said that Indian authorities were bent upon to crush the indigenous freedom struggle of Kashmiri people by using the draconian laws by its occupying forces. He said the Indian forces were using cluster bombs against civilian population near LOC which was sheer violation of international law.
PM warns India that if it tried to impose war then it should be ready to face befitting reply from Pakistan Army and every citizen of Azad Kashmir would fight shoulder to shoulder with Pak Army and the liberated area would be turned into graveyard of Indian Army he added.
The Chairman of All Parties Hurriyat Conference (APHC), Syed Ali Gilani has deplored that Indian move to increase the deployment of troops, rumors of tampering with the special provisions, suspension of Amarnath Yatra, evacuating of tourists, students and yatris has created a war-like situation in the territory in Indian occupied Kashmir.—APP

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