Former AJK PM announces to breach ceasefire across LoC
MUZAFFARABAD: Former Prime Minister of Azad Jammu and Kashmir and President of Muslim Conference Sardar Attique Ahmed Khan on Sunday announced to breach the ceasefire across the Line of Control on 24th November from three different locations.
Sardar Attique, while addressing a press conference, said that ceasefire would be breached from Muzaffarabad, Poonch and Mirpur divisions.
He said that arrangements have started for the planned breaches, and announced that five committees have been set up, which will start public engagement programs after 10th Muharram.
He said that the ceasefire breach would be held with the support of political and religious parties along with lawyers, teachers, students, civil society along with the residents of nearby villages.
The main aim is show solidarity with the oppressed brethren in Indian-Occupied Kashmir.
He said that it would be a peaceful march as they want peace in the area and the region. He also said this is not a political move and will be held under the flag of Azad Kashmir.
He expressed serious concern that people of held-Kashmir could not be left at the mercy of Indian forces which have resorted to brutal repression.
He said that India attempts to isolate Pakistan around the world would fail miserably, and India itself would be isolated from the world. He also said that India had conducted no surgical strike on Pakistan, and was resorting to blatant lies to hide its weaknesses.
He said that the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) was the biggest obstacle in the nefarious design of India, and hence the project is of utmost importance for the progress of the nation.