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India plans to attack Azad Jammu & Kashmir: President AJ&K


Anum RizwanWeb Editor

02nd Oct, 2019. 10:25 am
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President AJK urges media to highlight Kashmir issue to counter India’s propaganda

President Azad Jammu & Kashmir Masood Khan has said that after taking aggressive and aggravating steps in Indian occupied Kashmir, India now intends to attack Azad Jammu & Kashmir.

According to details, a dinner was organized in honor of President Azad Jammu & Kashmir at Pakistan embassy in USA.

President AJ&K highlighted the importance of raising Kashmir issue on international forums and said that India is facing internal fuzziness on Kashmir and Modi now intends to attack on Azad Jammu & Kashmir after ongoing genocide in Indian Occupied Kashmir.

Masood Khan appreciated Prime Minister Imran Khan’s narrative on Kashmir in his speech at United Nations General Assembly and said that whole nation is united over the Kashmir issue and Pakistan army knows how to retaliate against any misadventure.

Azad Kashmir President Masood Khan has warned that a deteriorating security situation in the disputed Kashmir region had the potential to escalate into a nuclear conflict between India and Pakistan, and urged the U.N. and the world community to deal with the crisis.

Kashmir issue should be resolved under the framework of United Nations Security Council after taking the narrative of Kashmiris, he added.

He further added that Kashmir had been a subject of countless deadly skirmishes by India in early 90’s.

On the other hand, In occupied Kashmir, normal life continues to remain badly hit on the 59th successive day, today, with heavy military deployment, restrictions and communications blockade in place in the Kashmir Valley and Muslim majority areas of Jammu region.

Meanwhile, according to the data compiled by the Research Section of Kashmir Media Service, the troops martyred 16 Kashmiris including a woman and two young boys during the last month of September. Of those martyred six youth were killed in fake encounters.

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