PTI’s victory reflects Kashmiris confidence in PM: Aleem

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Staff Reporter

Punjab Senior and Food Minister Abdul Aleem Khan on Monday declared that the landslide victory of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) in Azad Jammu & Kashmir is an overwhelming expression of full confidence in Prime Minister Imran Khan.

He said that Kashmiris have proved through their vote that Imran Khan is the real ambassador of Kashmir at international level.

In his felicitation message, Abdul Aleem Khan said that Kashmiris have exercised their right to vote wisely which will surely upset the enemy India as well.

The senior minister further said that this mandate of Kashmiris is in fact for the far-reaching policies of Prime Minister Imran Khan and Kashmiri brethren deserve congratulations for voting for development and prosperity.

Abdul Aleem Khan said that strengthening Pakistan and Kashmir is the real mission of Prime Minister Imran Khan and the Kashmiri brethren have acknowledge the PTI’s policies through their votes.

He pointed out that after PTI Gilgit-Baltistan, now the public acceptance in Kashmir for Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf is surely commendable.

He said that Insha Allah Imran Khan would fulfil all the promises made with Kashmiri people and the voice of Kashmir would be further highlighted at the international level.

The Punjab senior minister said that the Prime Minister’s successful strategy on Pakistan and Kashmir is being appreciated at every forum and Insha Allah more good news would come out in this regard in the coming days.

He said that it is fully satisfying that the Kashmiris have supported PM Imran Khan as they know that PTI is a strong advocate of their rights.

“The results have reaffirmed that Imran Khan lives in the hearts of the Kashmiris and he is a benefactor to them.”

He declared that despite using venomous tongue against the state and state institutions, th opposition failed to attract the people and they punished them for this betrayal.

 

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