Ch Sarwar, AJK PM underscore resolution of Kashmir issue for peace
Punjab Governor Chaudhry Sarwar and Prime Minister of Azad Kashmir Sardar Abdul Qayyum Niazi declared the resolution of Kashmir issue as vital for regional peace.
Both the Punjab governor and the AJK Prime Minister also discussed the establishment of Rescue 1122 in Azad Kashmir.
According to details, Governor Chaudhry Sarwar and AJK Prime Minister Sardar Abdul Qayyum Niazi held a joint press conference on Tuesday after a meeting in Governor House.
On the occasion, AJK Deputy Speaker Chaudhry Riaz and Advisor to AJK Prime Minister Maqbool Gujjar and Special Assistant Hafiz Raza were also present.
Governor Ch Sarwar congratulated Sardar Abdul Qayyum Niazi on becoming the Prime Minister and expressed good wishes for him.
While addressing the press conference, Ch Sarwar said that India has not only been exposed at the International level on diplomatic front but the Indian atrocities on Kashmiris have also been exposed to the world, adding that peace in the region is not possible unless Kasmir issue is resolved according to the resolutions of United Nations.
The Punjab governor said that since Narendra Modi came to power the lives of Indian Muslims have also become miserable along with the Kashmiris.
Condemning the India’s role at death of Syed Ali Geelani, he said that the behaviour of Indian authorities towards family of Syed Ali Geelani on his death, cases against his family was shameful and it was violation of basic human rights and highly condemnable.
He said that Kashmir is Jugular vein of Pakistan. “We are ready to give every kind of sacrifice for its freedom. By the grace of Allah Almighty the time will surely come when Occupied Kashmir will get freedom,” he added.
Ch Sarwar said that he appreciates the Kashmiri people for supporting the policies of Prime Minister Imran Khan, adding that Federal and Punjab governments will stand with Kashmiri people for their progress and prosperity.
He said In order to deal with the problems of Overseas Kashmiris, we will support the establishment of Overseas Commission in Kashmir on the lines of Punjab Overseas Commission, adding that overseas Pakistanis are the biggest asset.
Speaking on the occasion, AJK Prime Minister Sardar Abdul Qayyum said that India cannot suppress the voice of Kashmiris with the power of bullets because Kashmiris will continue fighting for their freedom with courage, adding that fundamental right should be granted to them.
It is the responsibility of international human rights bodies, including the United Nations, to play their part in resolving the Kashmir issue and putting an end to the atrocities against the Kashmiri people, he added.