Attack on AJK to turn India into a graveyard of its own troops: AJK President.


MIRPUR (AJK) -- Azad Jammu and Kashmir President Sardar Masood Khan Thursday advised India's Hindu fanatic leaders to give up the idea of attack on the liberated territory, otherwise in case of attack, the whole of India would be turned into a graveyard of the Indian Army.

Addressing a function on the occasion of 72nd founding day of Azad Jammu Kashmir government hosted in the State's metropolis on Thursday, he said that the region liberated under the leadership of Ghazi-e-Millat Sardar Mohammad Ibrahim Khan and Raeesul Ahrar Chaudhry Ghulam Abbas was faced with numerous dangers today.

He said that Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) fanatics were threatening to attack Azad Kashmir, and to retake it without realizing that Azad Kashmir and Gilgit-Baltistan were liberated by the valiant people of these regions from Dogra Army by waging a war. "These regions were never part of India nor will become part of it in future," he declared.

Referring to the latest situation in Indian Occupied Kashmir (IOK), the AJK president said that 81 days have passed since the siege of occupied Kashmir by the Indian Army. He lamented that the Indian troops were busy in heinous crimes such as molestation of women terming them as spoil of war.

Thousands of Kashmiri youth have been kidnapped and being subjected to torture in concentration camps. Global media, as well as parliaments and civil society of various countries are constantly expressing concern over war crimes being committed by India, but Modi regime remains unmoved, he regretted.

Sardar Masood Khan said that struggle on political and diplomatic fronts is essential to break the mysterious silence of powerful nations including the UN Security Council, to liberate occupied territory from the Indian clutches, and to ensure defense and security of Pakistan.

"This war is to fight by not Pakistan Army alone but 220 million people of Pakistan and Azad Kashmir," he said...

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