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India imposed undeclared war at LoC: AJK president

Int’l community including United Nations should take strict notice of Indian aggression
DNA
LONDON
The AJK President Sardar Masood Khan vehemently condemning shelling on civilian population in different sectors of Azad Kashmir, has declared it a cowardly act by the Indian Army.
In a statement issued in London on Sunday, he said that India had imposed an undeclared war on the liberated territory.
“We have been stressing since long that after declaring occupied Kashmir as its colony, India had set attack on Azad Kashmir as its next target,” he said adding that the international community including United Nations should take strict notice of this naked Indian aggression in which long range artillery guns have been used on the night between Saturday and Sunday.
The AJK president said that these cowardly acts were designed to divert attention of the international community from the Indian crimes against humanity in occupied Kashmir, and to prevent Pakistan and the people of Azad Kashmir from supporting liberation struggle of their brethren in the occupied territory. “India is intentionally creating a war-like situation at the Line of Control, and is escalating tension which may ignite a large scale war between Pakistan and India at anytime,” he said and warned that if Indian shelling on the civilian population of Azad Kashmir continued, the people of liberated territory will have no option but to pick weapons against India.
While paying glowing tributes to the armed forces of Pakistan for defending Azad Kashmir, Sardar Masood Khan said that every citizen of the liberated territory was ready to stand shoulder to shoulder with the Pakistan Army to thwart heinous designs of the enemy.
He expressed sympathy with the families of those martyred or injured in the unprovoked Indian shelling in Falakan, Jurabandi, Ashkot, Sandooq, Mirpura, Kundal Shahi, Leswa, Nauseri and Nausada areas of Neelum valley and Leepa Valley and Khuiratta sectors.
Earlier addressing Kashmir conference organized by Pakistan Association and Bristol Kashmir Foundation in Bristol, the AJK president said that in spite of India’s worst repression and fascist means, the Kashmiri people will neither give up their struggle nor will accept the slavery of India.
He appreciated the world media, civil society and the human rights organizations for constantly exposing inhuman treatment of Indian Army toward the Kashmiri people. However, he regretted that the world governments had shut eyes toward the Indian repression because of their economic and political interest.
He appreciated the services of Pakistani and the Kashmiri community for projecting the Kashmir cause in UK and Europe, and urged them to gear up their efforts and motivate international public opinion in favor of demand of Kashmiri people for their right to self-determination.



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