PML-N to ef­fec­tively pur­sue Kash­mir cause af­ter AJK polls win: Kir­mani

Pakistan Observer - - NATIONAL -

IS­LAM­ABAD—Ad­vi­sor to the Prime Min­is­ter on Po­lit­i­cal Af­fairs Dr Asif Kir­mani Satur­day said the Pak­istan Mus­lim League (N) will form gov­ern­ment in Azad Jammu and Kash­mir (AJK) af­ter next elec­tions fol­low­ing which fed­eral and AJK gov­ern­ments will ef­fec­tively en­deav­our to solve the Kash­mir is­sue.

He speak­ing at a cer­e­mony here which was at­tended by PML-N AJK Gen­eral Sec­re­tary Shah Ghu­lam Qadir, Ms. Nau­reen Arif, Raja Iftikhar Ayub, Sar­dar Ab­dul Khaliq Wasi, Dr. Muham­mad Arif Khan, Zul­fiqar Ali Ma­lik, Asad Aleem Shah, Syed Mukhtar Gi­lani and PML-N of­fice-bear­ers and work­ers.

On the oc­ca­sion, Syed Man­zoor Hus­sain Shah an­nounced to join the PML-N and sup­port its can­di­date Nau­reen Arif. Sim­i­lary, Syed Mukhtar Gi­lani an­nounced his sup­port for Asad Aleem Shah (Valley 4). Mr Kir­mani wel­comed Syed Man­zoor Hus­sain Shah for join­ing the PML-N and said his party would give him due re­spect.”Those giv­ing 45 years to Pak­istan Peo­ples Party (PPP) are say­ing that this party is no more of Zul­fikar Bhutto or Be­nazir Bhutto as cor­rupt mafia has set record of cor­rup­tion in AJK,” he added.

He said the PML-N was too much strong and func­tional in the AJK and it would en­sure ac­count­abil­ity of cor­rupt el­e­ments there af­ter com­ing into power. He said Pak­istan Tehreek-i-In­saf chief Im­ran Khan was an emo­tional and im­bal­anced per­son. He was sur­rounded by ATMs (auto-teller ma­chines) who had con­cealed their off­shore com­pa­nies and crit­i­cized Prime Min­is­ter Muham­mad Nawaz Sharif, whose name was not even men­tioned in the Panama Papers, he added.

Kir­mani said that Im­ran Khan along with other PTI lead­ers Je­hangir Ta­reen and Aleem Khan would be made ac­count­able af­ter for­ma­tion of the ju­di­cial com­mis­sion. He said off­shore com­pa­nies were formed in the world to evade taxes. If any ju­di­cial com­mis­sion was con­sti­tuted, it would also hold ac­count­abil­ity of Jhangeer Ta­reen, Im­ran Khan and Aleem Khan, he added.

Asif Kir­mani said that peo­ple had great love for Muham­mad Nawaz Sharif and their af­fil­i­a­tion with his party could not be changed. The PML-N was the party of loyal per­sons and it was essen­tial to fol­low party dis­ci­pline. He hoped that as­pir­ing can­di­dates would with­draw their papers on June 27 in favour of the can­di­dates nom­i­nated by the party.

He said Prime Min­is­ter Muhamamd Nawaz Sharif would re­turn to the country in Ramzan and to visit Azad Kash­mir in case doc­tors al­lowed him. He said the Mus­lim League-Nawaz had been in power for the last three years but no case of cor­rup­tion had sur­faced against any of its min­is­ters.

He said Al­lah had gifted this na­tion with a per­son like Nawaz Sharif who had made nu­mer­ous sac­ri­fices for the AJK peo­ple. Shah Ghu­lam Qadir said that in the valley no 4 the PML-N would won the elec­tion. Man­zor Shah crit­i­cized the pol­i­tics of PPP say­ing the cor­rup­tion was ram­pant dur­ing its rule.—APP

HY­DER­ABAD: A large num­ber of po­ten­tial pas­sen­gers get­ting their seats re­served at a book­ing of­fice of rail­way sta­tion to reach their home­towns to cel­e­brate Eid-ul-Fitr with their rel­a­tives.

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