AJK PM terms emergence of AJK , outcome of supreme sacrifices of forefathers.


MIRPUR (AJK) -- Azad Jammu and Kashmir Prime Minister Raja Farooq Haider Thursday said 'the emergence of the liberated territory of Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) was the outcome of the matchless struggle and invaluable sacrifices of forefathers.

Addressing the main ceremony in connection with the 72nd founding anniversary of AJK government hosted in the State's capital town on Thursday, he said this struggle for liberation had started in 1832 which resulted into the freedom of this part of the state in 1947.

The Prime Minister said our ongoing struggle would be completed with the liberation of occupied territory from illegal Indian occupation and the accession of the whole state of Jammu and Kashmir with Pakistan.

'You will never find us reluctant in helping you to achieve your birthright, right to self determination. I assure you that this line which divides us will no longer remain. It will be finished soon', the PM gave message to IOK people.

He added that extremist policies of Narrinder Modi and his team had paved way for the disintegration of the India.

Referring to the miseries and ongoing atrocities in the IOK, Raja Farooq Haider said that our brethren were living difficult life under Indian forces occupation for the last 72 years.

'There is a strict prolonged curfew imposed from last 82 days. Lockdown, tortures, communication blackout and security clampdown had made Kashmiris life miserable', he added.

Raja Farooq Haider Khan paid tributes to the IOK people and saluted them for their resistance and struggle for their inalienable right to self determination.

'I assure you, you are not alone. People and governments of Pakistan and Azad Kashmir are standing with you in your just struggle' Haider addressed Kashmiri brethren.

The Prime Minister said "We have no conflict with the people of India. We, Kashmiri demanding for our right to self determination which, UN had promised to give us.'

'Our liberation struggle will continue till the...

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