Chief Minister Punjab Saradar Usman Buzdar has said that Pakistan and Kashmir are conjoined twins and Pakistan is firmly standing shoulder to shoulder with the Kashmiris. He said that Pakistan is incomplete without Kashmir and added that India could not continue its illegal occupation of Kashmir till long through a policy of cruelty.
He expressed these views during a meeting with president PTI Punjab Ejaz Chaudhry who called on him at his office on Friday. Both the leaders discussed various matters including party organization, political situation and freedom struggle of the Occupied Kashmir.
They condemned unprovoked firing of the India army at LOC, the imposition of continuous curfew in Occupied Kashmir and Indian cruelties meted-out against the Kashmiris.
Both the leaders thanked the people for making the black day rally a success and decided that such rallies would also be held at divisional level to express solidarity with the Kashmiri people.
India has committed a dictatorial step by revoking the special status of Kashmir and the cruel night of Modi government is about to an end, he said.
The freedom destination of the Occupied Kashmir is not far and India will have to receive humiliations at every level. Both also paid tributes to the bravery of army jawans who embraced martyrdom at the LOC due to unprovoked firing of the Indian army.
The chief minister said that the Pakistan army is giving a befitting reply to the enemy by sending Indian army-men to hell.
He said that armed forces of Pakistan are ever-ready for the defence of the country and the nation is firmly standing with them. The aggressive Indian designs are a grave threat for the regional peace, he added. Ejaz Chaudhry said that India is showing a policy of stubbornness on Occupied Kashmir adding that no power on earth can separate Kashmir from Pakistan as Kashmir belong to us.
Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar has thanked the citizens as well as members of the minority communities for participating in a public rally held in connection with the black day. He said that the people from different walks of life attended the rally and “I especially thank the people belonging to Hindu, Sikh and Christian communities for their participation in Rallies”. He said that Kashmir is an international issue and all the people have jointly raised their strong voice for the Kashmir cause.
He asserted that Occupied Kashmir is a disputed territory and the Indian conspiracy of changing its status will never be allowed to be succeeded.
The international community will have to pay attention to this burning issue for its timely solution, he added. In the meanwhile Chief Minister condemned blast in the Masjid situated in Kuchlak area of Quetta and condoled the loss of lives. He extended sympathies to the bereaved heirs and prayed for early recovery of the injured. He said that the blast is a nefarious conspiracy of the enemies of peace to create instability in Pakistan.
Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar has appreciated the performance of administration and police for making the best arrangements on Eid-ul-Azha, Independence Day and maintaining security of public rallies on the Black Day.
He said that police and the administration diligently performed their duties and they deserve accolades. The line departments took affective measures and their performance is praiseworthy for providing a peaceful atmosphere to the people. He said that the lives and properties of people were protected and the people enjoyed Eid-ul-Azha and the Independence Day in a peaceful environment.
The administration and the police worked jointly and it was hoped that both would continue to work with the same passion in future as well, he added.