AJK PM writes to world leaders, seeks assist to settle Kashmir dispute

MUZAFFARABAD: Azad Jammu and Kashmir Prime Minister Raja Farooq Haider Khan on Wednesday urged the heads of numerous states to play their position to settle the festering Kashmir dispute on a humanitarian foundation to deliver peace in South Asia.

The AJK prime minister wrote letters to the heads of China, Russia, Indonesia, Japan, Saudi Arabia, South Korea, Spain, Norway, and different nations to cease Indian forces from committing grave human rights abuses in held Kashmir.

He stated the Kashmiri folks had been in an excessive amount of ache due to India’s Aug 5 transfer to annex the disputed territory.

Mr Khan lamented the Kashmiris have been disadvantaged of their id on account of India’s constitutional terrorism.

He stated New Delhi was attempting to change the demographic composition of the held territory by permitting non-residents to buy land and get jobs there. It could play havoc with the id of Kashmiris, he added.

India has strengthened its navy presence within the space which has been become the world’s greatest navy zone, the AJK prime minister stated.

New Delhi has imposed a day and evening curfew for an indefinite interval, as a result of which over eight million folks had been confined to their houses, he stated, including there are fears of a humanitarian disaster, a scarcity of meals and medicines.



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