Pakistani premier pledges help for battle in Kashmir

Saul Bowman
February 6, 2018

"Fascist rulers and their abettors are pursuing this policy of hooliganism to intimidate Kashmiri Muslims" this was stated by the Malik said in a statement.

Addressing a public gathering regarding Kashmir Solidarity Day here at the University College ground, he was optimistic that the freedom struggle in Indian Held Kashmir (IHK) will be victorious soon.

Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi on Monday urged the parliamentarians of Azad Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Assembly to maintain unity for the sake of the Kashmir cause.

Stressing upon unity for highlighting the Kashmir issue at all the worldwide fora, the prime minister said the issue would remain alive till its peaceful resolution as per the aspirations of the Kashmiri people and the United Nations resolutions.

Pakistan's prime minister has pledged his government's continued support for the struggle of the people of Kashmir, saying the residents of the divided Himalayan region have rendered great sacrifices in their fight for freedom, which can not be suppressed. With all our political differences aside, there is no second opinion in Pakistan on the Kashmir dispute.

The development budget for the PaK had been doubled. "I have been disqualified from Pakistan, but "qualified" for AJK", he said, asking the AJK premier to utilise his services in the state. He vowed to stand by the people of Kashmir that were struggling for their right to self-determination.

He also appreciated former prime minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif for his efforts to highlight the Kashmir issue and making defence of Pakistan invincible. They say that they will separate Kashmir from India.

In his Kashmir Day message, Army Chief also praised Kashmiri resistance leadership, saying that the "repression of Indian occupying forces can never suppress (the) valiant spirit of Kashmiris".

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