Special Assistant to Prime Minister on Information and Broadcasting Dr. Firdous Ashiq Awan on Sunday said that India was suppressing the voice of the Kashmiris by unleashing state terrorism in the occupied valley.
Addressing a press conference on Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) government’s first year in power, Awan said, “This day was dedicated to the oppressed Kashmiris.”
She also reaffirmed the government’s firm resolve to continue fighting the case of the Kashmiri people on all forums.
“Kashmir issue is the top agenda of the present government. PM Imran and the Pakistani nation stand besides Kashmiri people to fight malicious and nefarious designs of the Indian government.”
She also said that the government believes in complete freedom of press.
The government in a period of one year has corrected the course through strong foundations, hard work and honesty, Awan said.
She added, the prime minister achieved historic electoral success after a political struggle of 22 years and his vision is to transform Pakistan on the principles of State of Medina with characteristics of merit, justice, rule of law, social welfare and austerity.
“Under this vision, reforms are being introduced in all government ministries and institutions and the prime minister is personally supervising the reforms agenda of the government,” SAPM shared.
She said noticeable improvements have been made in postal services, NHA, railways and many other government departments.
“The government in its first year introduced wide-ranging reforms, improved performance of ministries, made institutions profitable and took far-reaching steps to financially help vulnerable sections of society,” she added.