PPP-AJK will sweep gen­eral polls: Sadiq

Pakistan Observer - - KASHMIR -

HAJEERA—Po­lit­i­cal an­a­lyst de­clared that Graph of the PPP is higher among all po­lit­i­cal par­ties in AJK and PPP will form the gov­ern­men­tun­der the dy­namic lead­er­ship of Bilawal Bhutto and peo­ple of Kash­mir will re­ject the Mus­lim league (N) in com­ing election due to cor­rup­tion and money laun­der­ing proved by the Panama Leaks. This was stated by Sar­dar Ghu­lam Sadiq Khan, Speaker of Azad Jammu and Kash­mir (AJK), Leg­isla­tive Assem­bly­while ad­dress­ing the po­lit­i­cal work­ers, Jour­nal­ists and peo­ple from all walks of life.

Sar­dar Ghu­lam Sadiq said that PPP pre­sented Prover cor­rup­tion of Panama Leaks among the peo­ple of Kash­mir nicely and peo­ple un­der­stood it well. There­fore, in spite of all rig­ging and il­le­gal steps, no one can save Mus­lim League (N) from de­feat in the com­ing election.

Sar­dar Ghu­lam Sadiq Khan said that Nawaz Sharif Gov­ern­ment should adopt proac­tive pol­icy on Kash­mir in­stead of rig­gin­gin the election which is not pos­si­ble this time so all your ef­forts re­gard­ing rig­ging in Kash­mir election will not work. He asked party work­ers to spread in all con­stituen­cies with cam­eras and other elec­tronic de­vices and be vig­i­lant while count­ing and get the counted votes slips with stamp and sig­na­tures. We sup­port karsh­mir elec­tions may be held un­der army to avoid rig­ging.

He said that the Kash­miri peo­ple have de­cided that PMLN have no place in AJK be­cause of Anti-Kash­mir Poli­cies of the PMLN Gov­ern­ment. He said Nawaz, Moodi per­sonal friend­ship is a great dan­ger for Pak­istan and for the sen­si­tive is­sue of Kash­mir as the Kash­miris are fight­ing for their lib­er­a­tion since for the last 68 years. On the other hand Raw agents are found the fac­to­ries of Nawaz Sharif. The Speaker of AJK As­sem­bly called upon the in­ter­na­tional com­mu­nity to take no­tice of hu­man rights vi­o­la­tions, cus­to­dial killings and geno­cide of Kash­miri peo­ple by In­dian forces in Kash­mir. He ex­pected that sac­ri­fices ren­dered by hun­dreds of thou­sands of Kash­miri peo­ple would lead to the lib­er­a­tion of Kash­mir state from In­dian oc­cu­pa­tion Kash­mir. He also called upon the world com­mu­nity to put pres­sure on In­dia to re­solve the more than 6 decades-old Kash­mir is­sue ac­cord­ing to the as­pi­ra­tions of its peo­ple be­cause it has be­come a nu­clear flash­point in South Asia.—Email

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