Prop­a­ga­tion of ide­ol­ogy is best strength for Pak­istan, armed forces: At­tique

Pakistan Observer - - KASHMIR -

other in­for­ma­tion,” Yasha Mud­gal, Deputy Com­mis­sioner Bara­mulla, said.

Ac­cord­ing to re­ports, the rev­enue au­thor­i­ties af­ter in­spect­ing var­i­ous sites, fi­nally gave con­sent to land at Ja­hama Bara­mulla, 8 Km from the Bara­mulla town.

“We have in­for­ma­tion that the iden­ti­fied land is meant for tran­sit camp. How­ever, there is no fur­ther in­for­ma­tion,” a rev­enue of­fi­cial said.—GK

HAMEED SHA­HEEN KO­HALA, AJK—Sar­dar At­tique Ahmed Khan, ex-premier and pres­i­dent Mus­lim Con­fer­ence has warned that even slight­est weak­en­ing of found­ing ide­ol­ogy of Pak­istan can prove dis­as­trous for whole na­tion. Kash­mir is stands in­cor­po­rated in this ide­ol­ogy and no other cause is ur­gent than strength­en­ing of the armed forces of Pak­istan and fruition of on­go­ing Kash­mir strug­gle. In In­dia a cam­paign on of­fi­cial level has started to force the Mus­lims to add Hindu pre­fixes to their Mus­lims names, for in­stance Sheikh into Shub­ham, he stated Sun­day here talk­ing to English Daily Pak­istan Ob­server, a pop­u­lar in­ter­net read­ing news me­dia of Pak­istan.

He stated that trans­par­ent As­sem­bly and Kash­mir Coun­cil elec­tions would have a pas­sion gen­er­a­tive ef­fect in In­di­a­held Kash­mir. He, how­ever, em­pha­sized main­te­nance of po­lit­i­cal man­ner­ism by par­ties.

He cau­tioned that so­cial and po­lit­i­cal life of the peo­ple in oc­cu­pied Kash­mir has been made jail-like hard­est. Sav­age re­stric­tions are op­er­a­tive over the move­ment of the lead­ers and work­ers All Par­ties Hur­riyat Con­fer­ence and other po­lit­i­cal fo­rums and groups. Hur­riyat Con­fer­ence-G chair­man Syed Ali Gee­lani is house con­fined since 2011.

He is not be­ing al­lowed even to of­fer Fri­day prayers in his own Mosque. Other prom­i­nent Kash­miri lead­ers Shab­bir Shah, Mas­sarat Alam Bhat and sev­eral others are be­hind the bars. Civil ser­vants are be­ing in­volved in false cases. In the name of de­vel­op­ment, In­dia is tak­ing into its di­rect con­trol civil in­sti­tu­tions, he added. How can peo­ple sit silent in such hos­tile sit­u­a­tion? he queried.

Re­ply­ing a ques­tion he said that in no way there will be any slack­ness in Kash­mir strug­gle aimed at resti­tu­tion of self-de­ter­mi­na­tion right to the peo­ple of Jammu and Kash­mir. How can Kash­miris throw away their ba­sic right. No pres­sure, no killings, no job­less­ness would de­vi­ate strug­gling peo­ple there from their right path. He paid glow­ing homage and trib­utes to the mar­tyrs of Jammu and Kash­mir and called those sac­ri­fices as a blood­writ­ten char­ter of free­dom.

To another ques­tion Sar­dar At­tique Ahmed wel­comed the Shimla state­ment of Pak­istan’s High Com­mis­sioner to In­dia Mr

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