Prime Minister Imran Khan arrived in Mirpur on Monday where he was briefed about the relief activities in the quake-hit region.
The PM was in the US to attend the 74th UN General Assembly session when the tragedy occurred.
The participants of the meeting held on Monday were informed about the relief measures being undertaken by the government and the strategy for rehabilitation of the victims.
Imran Khan has said a package is being prepared for the rehabilitation of earthquake affected people of Azad Kashmir.
He was speaking during his visit to District Hospital Mirpur where he also inquired about the health of those wounded in the earthquake.
The PM assured to take immediate and every possible steps for the quake victims.
Imran Khan said he wanted to visit the quake affected areas at the earliest but he faced delay in his return from the US.
Imran Khan said he shares and feel the pain of the quake victims.
The meeting was chaired by Prime Minister Imran Khan was also briefed about the deaths and damages caused by earthquake in Azad Kashmir.
The meeting was also informed about the relief measures and the strategy for rehabilitation of quake victims.
AJK Prime Minister Raja Farooq Haider, Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi, Minister for Kashmir Affairs Ali Amin Gandapur, and the Chairman National Disaster Management Authority attended the meeting.
Prime Minister Azad Jammu and Kashmir Raja Farooq Haider Khan had said rehabilitation and reconstruction work in quake hit areas of the state would be completed in three phases.
He talked during a briefing given to Prime Minister Pakistan Imran Khan on his visit in Mirpur today.
He expressed profound gratitude to Pak Army and National Disaster Management Authority for extending full cooperation in rescue and relief operation in quake hit areas of Azad Kashmir.