AJK president lauds expats' role for keeping Kashmir issue alive.


MIRPUR (AJK) -- Azad Jammu and Kashmir President Sardar Masood Khan has said that Pakistani-Kashmiri Diaspora community has been playing a highly positive role in building awareness on the Kashmir dispute in their respective countries of adoption. He was talking to a delegation of Pak-Kashmiri Diaspora community led by Chairman Empire Trading Corporation and Group of Companies Naeem Malik Prince who called on him in Jammu and Kashmir House, AJK Presidential secretariat said in a statement issued here.

The AJK president said that the role played by the Pakistani and Kashmiri expatriates particularly those settled in the United States and the Europe following August 5 actions of the Indian government regarding occupied Kashmir, is highly appreciable. 'The anti-India protest rally in New York on the occasion of the UN General Assembly session on September 27, was the biggest of the history of Manhattan, which was participated by the Pakistani and the Kashmiri expatriates from the United States, Canada, Europe and other parts of the world,' he added. Sardar Masood Khan said that more than 30,000 Pakistani and the Kashmiri expatriates had reached New York on their own expense, while the entire expenditure of the participants of the rally held in Houston in support of Narendra Modi, were provided by the Indian government.

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