AJK President foresees inevitable war for Kashmir freedom.
While addressing a conference on the World Human Rights Day, Azad Jammu and Kashmir president Sardar Masood Khan said this on Tuesday.
The conference held under the auspices of Islamabad-based Pakistan Institute for Conflict and Security Studies (PICSS).
AJK President foresees inevitable war
Furthermore, AJK President said that a war for the freedom of Kashmir had become inevitable.
He further said that the entire nation would fight that war with full determination, shoulder to shoulder with the armed forces of Pakistan.
However, he emphasised unity in and strengthening of the economy and defence of Pakistan.
“Side by side, we will have to go to the bottom of enemy’s strategy and planning to defeat it,” he suggested
Parliamentary Kashmir Committee head Fakhar Imam, ex-PM AJK Sardar Attique, All Parties Hurriyat Conference leader Syed Abdullah Geelani also addressed.
Kashmir on HR Day
Moreover, chairman PICSS retired Maj Gen Saad Khattak and Kashmir Institute of International Relations Altaf Ahmed Wani and Dr Mujahid Gilani also spoke.
Meanwhile, AJK President Masood Khan termed India’s Aug 5 move an attack on Pakistan and liberated Kashmir, let alone IOJ&K.
Because, since then India had constantly been threatening to attack and capture AJK and impose a war on Pakistan, he noted.
Masood brushed aside impression that Pakistan or AJK did nothing locally or at the international level on the Kashmir issue after Aug 5.
Factually speaking, he asserted that after Aug 5 forceful voice raised in favour of right to self-determination of Kashmiri people.
He also referred to forceful protest against human rights violations in occupied Kashmir at legislatures abroad.
In this regard, AJK President named Malaysia, China, Iran and Turkey, US Congress, its human rights committees, and the parliaments of the UK, Europe and France.
He also noted that people of AJK and Gilgit-Baltistan also had never let the enemy cross this defence line.
Moreover, he described them important for not only defence but they have also become Pakistan’s economic lifeline because of their natural resources and now CPEC.