India advertently creating war-like situation: Farooq Haider
ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Azad Jammu and Kashmir Raja Farooq Haider Khan on Monday said under a well thought out conspiracy, India was creating a war-like situation on the ceasefire line (CFL) to divert the world attention from its massive human rights violations in the occupied valley.
“Indian cowardly acts are increasing at ceasefire line with each passing day and such jingoism poses a serious threat to peace of the region,” Farooq Haider said while visiting the combined military headquarters (CMH) Muzaffarabad and inquired about the health of those injured by Indian unprovoked firing in Neelum Valley and other sectors and distributed cheques among them.
Speaking on the occasion, he said the government would divert its available resources for the treatment and meeting other essential needs of Indian firing, while a separate head would be constituted for this purpose.
He said India wanted migration of people living alongside CFL on large scale but would never succeed because no individual was ready to migrate.
PM Farooq Haider said Indian troops were using light, heavy weapons and sniper guns to target civilians.
He said, Indian troops were also using cluster ammunition from across the CFL which was a crime under Cluster Ammunition Convention.
He appealed international community to hold India accountable for grave violation of international laws and agreements.
The AJK PM said entire Pakistani and Kashmiri nations were united and were one voice against Indian illegal occupation and supporting liberation movement.
A new survey report prepared by India’s civil society has made eye-opening revelations about how residents of Indian occupied Jammu and Kashmir are resisting India through civil disobedience.
The report revealed that not a single person was happy with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government and everybody wanted freedom from India.
“Not a single person in the Kashmir Valley is happy with the Modi government’s decision to scrap Kashmir’s special status and that the Kashmiris are resisting the move through satyagraha or non-violent civil disobedience with an ultimate goal of Azadi (freedom),” said the report prepared by Indian Supreme Court’s lawyer Advocate Nitya Ramakrishnan and a Professor of sociology at the Delhi School of Economic Nandini Sundar, after their visit to occupied Kashmir from October 5 to 9.