AJK PM lauds role of Pakistani media in exposing Indian abusive tactics

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Staff Reporter

Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) Prime Minister Raja Farooq Haider Khan has lauded role of Pakistani media in exposing Indian abusive tactics, human rights violations and plight of Kashmiris and hope it will continue its role in same spirit.
He was talking to a delegation of journalists led by President Pakistan Federal Union of Journalists Afzal Butt who called on him here on Thursday.
The Prime Minister thanked government and people of Pakistan for showing exemplary unity by arranging protest demonstrations against 5th August unilateral and illegal action by Indian government.
He said people of Azad Jammu and Kashmir are thankful for this unequivocal support to the Kashmiris for their just right to self determination.
Raja Farooq Haider Khan added that Indian lies were exposed by international media as India claims normalcy in the occupied Kashmir while ground realities strongly negates Indian government’s false narrative.
The Prime Minister suggested a joint strategy by government of Pakistan and Azad Kashmir so as to counter Indian propaganda at international level. Following 5th August, no Indian step is legal and moral.
He informed the delegation that Kashmir is a disputed territory under United Nations’ resolutions and its future is yet to be decided.
Raja Farooq Haider said Kashmiri will never accept bifurcation of the occupied territory as it will negate United Nations resolutions.
He said there is complete lockdown in the held valley and no one is allowed to enter. “The Indian repression will never weaken morale of the Kashmiris for their just right to self determination and this struggle will continue till logical conclusion”, the premier added.
Earlier the delegation condoled the sad demise of Prime Minister Raja Farooq Haider’s niece Raja Ansar Manzoor and offered fatiha for the departed soul.
Meanwhile, Former AJK President Raja Zulqarnain Khan, former Federal Minister and PML-N leader Tariq Fazal Chaudhary and others also called on Prime Minister and condoled the death of Raja Ansar Manzoor.