Masses weal our priority: Kirmani
RAWALAKOT—Special Advisor to Prime Minister Dr Asif Kirmani said Pakistan Muslim League (N), if came to power in Azad Jammu Kashmir, would prioritize the welfare of masses through taking concrete steps.
Speaking at the PML-N Workers Convention, Asif Kirmani said “PML-N do not believe merely on slogans but on practical steps for the welfare of the people”. He said the people of Azad Jammu Kashmir were sensible and they would not believe on the empty slogans.
“It was Prime Minister, Muhammad Nawaz Sharif, who raised the issue of occupied Kashmir on international level and is sincerely fighting the case of Kashmiri people”. The PPP led Azad Jammu Kashmir government was involved in corrupt practices and had not given any development programme during its tenure.
“If AJK government will have been worked for the uplift of the people during the last five years, it will not criticize others”, he said. He said that transparent elections were conducted in Gilgit Baltistan for the first time in history of the country.
He said, on election day, the people of AJK would bring down those leaders who visited them through helicopters. About Panama Leaks, he said the name of Prime Minister was not mentioned in the Panama papers and Imran Khan, who was blaming the Prime Minister, was himself the owner of Offshore company since 1973.
Imran Khan would also be held accountable for the deeds of his two ATM machines, Kirmani added. Addressing on the occasion, Federal Minister for Kashmir Affairs and Gilgit Baltistan, Chaudhry Barjees Tahir said that AJK government had not taken any steps for the development of the area and welfare of its people during the last five years.
He said PML-N practically believed on the slogan of serving the masses adding AJK government remained busy in criticizing others instead of initiating any development project for its people.—APP