Punjab, GB CMs flay Indian brutalities with one voice

Staff Reporter

Chief Minister Gilgit-Baltistan Barrister Khalid Khurshid called on Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar at his office on Friday and discussed matters of mutual interest. Both the chief ministers strongly condemned Indian brutalities in Occupied Kashmir and expressed complete solidarity with the oppressed Kashmiris.

On the occasion, Punjab Information Technology Board Chairman Azfar Manzur and Secretary to CM Gilgit-Baltistan Usman Ahmed signed a MoU. Under the MoU, PITB will assist in developing CM complaint management system, web portal and task management system for GB.
Usman Buzdar assured full cooperation to the GB government adding that extended cooperation will be provided in health, education, IT and other sectors. He announced to provide training opportunities to GB’s paramedical staff in nursing colleges adding that the issue of reservation of quota for the GB students in provincial medical colleges will also be given sympathetic consideration.

The issue of quota in medical colleges will be amicably resolved, he continued. Meanwhile, the CM termed the PTI’s success in GB elections a victory of the agenda of change and the vision of a new Pakistan.

Usman Buzdar said that the people of Pakistan were standing with Kashmiris like a solid rock and asserted that no power on earth can weaken the immortal relationship between the peoples of Pakistan and Kashmir. The hands of the Modi regime are stained with the blood of Kashmiris as every Kashmiri is demanding freedom from Indian yoke, he added

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