Kash­miris are de­fense wall in atomic en­vi­ron­ment: Khalid

Pakistan Observer - - KASHMIR -

OUR COR­RE­SPON­DENT PALLANDERI, AJK—Sar­dar Khalid Ibrahim, Pres­i­dent Jammu and Kash­mir Peo­ple’s Party, said here Wed­nes­day that Kash­miris are de­fense wall be­tween the cap­i­tal of Pak­istan Islamabad and atomic in­stal­la­tions. “Far reach­ing re­sults have emerged out of the joint de­ci­sions of the po­lit­i­cal and the mil­i­tary lead­er­ship”, he said this while ad­dress­ing a big pub­lic meet­ing here Wed­nes­day. Sar­dar Ishaque Khan, se­nior leader of JKPPP presided.

JKPP Chief said that the de­lay in ter­mi­nat­ing al­liance be­tween his party and the Mus­lim League-N oc­curred due to the ill health of Prime Min­is­ter Nawaz Sharif and Panama Leaks cri­sis. He said: We keep re­gard for an­ces­tral sta­tus and feel du­ty­bound to dis­charge our re­spon­si­bil­ity in de­fend­ing our val­ues.

Sar­dar Khalid said: We are first Pak­ista­nis and then Kash­miris. Pak­istan would stay till the world lasts. Un­der the con­sti­tu­tion we will not com­pro­mise on our iden­tity and honor. No one can de­prive me of vot­ing in Azad Kash­mir. In my Na­tional Iden­tity Card both ad­dresses are of Islamabad and I fought eight elec­tions on this card.

The dirt the present AJK gov­ern­ment dumped in five years seems to pro­long in future as well.

He said that he al­ways kept high prin­ci­ples and norms in both po­lit­i­cal and so­cial life. My fa­ther Ghazie-Mil­lat Sar­dar Mo­ham­mad Ibrahim Khan played found­ing role in Azad Jammu and Kash­mir.

He fought the Kash­mir case in the UNO and in all other in­ter­na­tional and na­tional fo­rums with the full force of his deep con­vic­tion. He said that he him­self wanted to play a great wel­fare part in the state pol­i­tics. Sev­eral lead­ers of JKPPP also ad­dressed.

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