Muzaffarabad: (StateViews) AJK Prime Minister Raja Farooq Haider Khan has said a comprehensive strategy will be evolved after taking all political forces including All Parties Hurriat Conference on board for acceleration of Kashmir liberation struggle in Occupied Kashmir.
He was talking to members of his cabinet, Members of Legislative Assembly and other prominent political workers here at Prime Minster secretariat on Tuesday. He said human rights situation in occupied was deteriorating and use of gun was increased incredibly in last six month. He said Indian government has forgotten all human values and ethics since she imposed black laws curbing civil liberties in occupied Kashmir.
People of Jammu and Kashmir have decided to get rid of occupation forces at any cost. They do not afraid of Indian atrocities and will not compromise on their birth right, right to self determination accordance with United Nations resolutions, he added. The Prime Minister urged the world community to take meaningful steps for the resolution of the issue in accordance with the wishes and aspirations of Kashmiris.
He said that the Kashmir dispute had remained a cause of tension between the two countries and it was the responsibility of the UNO to settle as per resolutions of its own Security Council. “Kashmir continues to remain one of the oldest unresolved issues on the UN agenda and the failure of the world body to resolve it so far was not only keeping the nuclear neighbors India and Pakistan in a mode of confrontation but also pushed Kashmiris in a state of abject misery and atrocities for the past seven decades resulting in their killings, oppression and other gross human rights violations,” he added.
Appealing the UN Secretary General to take serious note of the gruesome rights violations in Kashmir, the PM said UN should take note of India’s use of brutal force on the civilian population in Kashmir and take meaningful steps for the resolution of the vexed Issue. He said the international community particularly the United Nation has a moral obligation to resolve the Kashmir dispute. “Time has come when the international community must intervene to resolve the Kashmir dispute. This long pending dispute has now turned into a great threat to the peace of entire South Asian region,” he said.