Indian move to be dangerous for it: Attique
Prime Minster AJK Sardar Attique Ahmed Khan has said that some behind the scene Indian forces wanted to initiate restricted war with Pakistan to put it under pressure on Kashmir issue. “The war will be severely dangerous for India if it initiates”, he said while addressing a press conference here. He demanded US and rest of the international community to stop India for the expected adventure as it would turned to be very harmful for the region as well as the world.
He termed Indian expected adventure as a move against US President-elect Barack Obama’s vision of sustaining peace in the region. Attique said that Kashmiris had been suffering for last 61 years form Indian state terrorism as it was evident that more than 0.6 million people were killed during the period.
However, he strongly condemned Mumbai attacks and condoled to the bereaved ones on the loss of human lives. Attique Strongly rejected Indian media’s allegations regarding placement of the terrorist camp in AJK and termed it as baseless saying more than 42 foreign NGOs are working in the area but they never even gave a hint about it. He also urged Pakistani leadership to be united to face the time of calamity and on his part, AJK PM assured the leadership and the nation that Kashmir would ready to sacrifice their lives for the country. To a question, he said that he held discussion with Prime Minster Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani on the evolving situation of the region and on the behalf of the people of AJK he assured the PM their full support at every level.
Mumbai attack conspiracy to rollback Indo-Pak dialogue
President AJK Raja Zulqurnain on Sunday said that the master minds of Marriott Hotel blast and Mumbai attacks wanted to rollback on going dialogue process between Pakistan and India on Kashmir issue. Taking to media men at his residence “Haft Chinnar” here, he said that India should avoid blame game in order to foil attempts of the peace enemies; however, he strongly rejected Indian allegations regarding involvement of Pakistan in Mumbai attacks and termed them as baseless.
He also condemned Mumbai blast. The President urged United Nations (UN), international community to take notice of Indian state terrorism in Occupied Kashmir saying they had been suffering form Indian tyranny for last many decades. India violating international laws occupied the part of Kashmir when the people wanted to be the part of Pakistan even its then Prime Minister Jawahar Lal Nehru promised before the world that the people of Kashmir would be given the right of self determination as soon as the circumstances attained normalcy but India did not fulfill its Father of the Nation’s pledges even after passing 61 years.
He said that it was an eye opener fact for UN and other human rights champion countries. He vowed that Kashmiris would be fighting against unfair Indian occupation and for completion of Pakistan till last breath. He urged Pakistani leadership to be united to face the challenging time.-SANA