Azad Kash­mir not per­form­ing its role as base camp: Turabi

Pakistan Observer - - KASHMIR -

OUR COR­RE­SPON­DENT Ha­jira (AJK)—Amir Ja­mat Is­lami Azad Kash­mir Al­lama Ab­dur Rashid Turabi has bit­terly crit­i­cised the AJK gov­ern­ment for from In­dia.

But it is un­for­tu­nate that Azad Kash­mir be­ing the base camp of Kash­mir’s lib­er­a­tion move­ment is not de­liv­er­ing its due role, he stated this while ad­dress­ing a one­day the for­ward push of Kash- mir strug­gle.

The bud­get of the Kash­mir Lib­er­a­tion Cell was meant for free­dom cause and feed­ing the heirs of mar­tyrs in the strug­gle, but the money is be­ing spent on var­i­ous types of lux­u­ries by ‘jiyalas’[en­thu­si­asts].

The cul­ture of cor­rup­tion is free for all in AJK but he did not de­fine which type of graft. I re­gret to ob­serve the ris­ing clan­nish prej­u­dices here, he re­marked.

Ja­mat chief said that his party had op­posed the Mushar­raf Kash­mir for­mula as that amounted to di­vi­sion of Jammu and Kash­mir state.

Free­dom strug­gle is our in­ter­na­tional right and un­der no cir­cum­stances Kash­miris would aban­don it at all, he warned. Over dozen speak­ers also ad­dressed and re­solved to con­tinue the cause for which Kash­miris mar­tyrs ren­dered their lives in the line of fight.

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