Indian atrocities in IIOJK biggest terrorism: Sarwar

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Staff Reporter

Describing Indian atrocities in occupied Kashmir as the biggest terrorism, Punjab Governor Chaudhry Sarwar urged international bodies to take notice of Indian terrorism & strongly condemned the attitude of Indian security forces towards the family of Kashmiri Hurriyat leader Syed Ali Gilani.

Governor Ch Sarwar was speaking during a meeting with President Azad Kashmir Barrister Sultan Mehmood on Sunday.

Highlighting the issue of Kashmir all over the world & Indian atrocities on Kashmiris and other issues including the mission of public welfare in Azad Kashmir were discussed in the meeting.

Meanwhile, the governor congratulated Barrister Sultan Mahmood on becoming the President of Azad Kashmir.

He said that snatching the body of Kashmiri leader Syed Ali Gilani from his family by Indian forces and then registration of cases against them is utterly shameful and violation of human rights.

India has used all military power from guns to tanks against Kashmiris but the mission of Kashmiris for freedom cannot be defeated. Insha Allah, today or tomorrow, Kashmir would be free and India will face its poor destiny.

Ch Sarwar said that from day one they have been of the view that for peace in the region it is necessary to resolve the Kashmir issue in accordance with the UN resolutions.

The Pakistani government led by Prime Minister Imran Khan has been taking steps and 220 million Pakistanis are with their Kashmiri brethren.

On the occasion, AJK President Sultan Mehmood said that the Indian government and its security forces should know that no power in the world can suppress the independence of Kashmiris.

Despite all atrocities, Kashmiris are standing firmly in front of India. Whatever India does, it will have to give freedom to Kashmiris in the end.

Under the leadership of Prime Minister Imran Khan, we will fight the case of Kashmiris all over the world and the terrorism in Indian occupied Kashmir will also be exposed, he added.

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