Pakistan incomplete without Kashmir: Masood

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Staff Reporter

Islamabad

President of Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) SardarMasood Khan has said Pakistan is incomplete without Kashmir, Kashmiris are being swamped by non-natives and looters through an illegal settlements plan launched by India.
He called upon academia to focus on research and benefiting the new technology for the narrative building and fight for the rights of Kashmiris. He was addressing a seminar organized here by Islamic Research Institute (IRI) of at International Islamic University Islamabad (IIUI) at Faisal Masjid Campus on Friday.
The AJK President also participated in other jubilationactivities arranged by IRI in connection with Independence Day celebrations where he joined a flag hoisting ceremony and also kicked-off tree plantation campaign by planting a sapling.
On the occasion, he also inaugurated a book exhibition on Pakistan Movement arranged at Dr. Hamid ullah Library of IIUI.
Addressing the seminar.SardarMasood Khan said that Kashmiris are thankful to Muslim world for raising their voice of rights. He hailed OIC’s role for the protection of rights in Kashmir. He said Saudi Arabia has always been an exemplary brethren country to Pakistan and the way KSA had helped Kashmiris in the earthquake hit areas it was a historic response.
He continued that few negative elements are trying to create chaos and instability by discussing the ideologies, he added that Pakistan was an ideological state that was a reward by Almighty.
The AJK President stressed that Pakistani academia must focus on research and adopting latest technologies by knowing the latest changes.
He furthered a well-planned narrative for the rights and independence of Kashmiris is necessary to be built by using latest tools of communication and technology, while academia can play a vital role in this regard.

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