Govt planning to make a film on Kashmir issue to expose India: minister
ISLAMABAD: Federal Minister for Kashmir Affairs and Gilgit Baltistan, Ali Amin Khan Gandapur, has expressed that government is planning to make a film on the issue of Occupied Kashmir to unveil ugly face of India and highlight every aspect of violence, torture, rapes, and killing of innocent people by Indian troops.
Talking to a news channel, Ali said film will be released in different languages across the globe to unveil the brutal killing and real face of India in front of the world.
The Minister termed minorities facing various problems in India and feeling insecure due to the Hindu extremist organizations, India already violating the rules of United Nations about the human rights and religious freedom.
Commenting over the performance of Government during hundred days, the minister said social survey has been launched in Azad Kashmir and Gilgit Baltistan to collect data about the basic facilitates regarding health and education.
The government is committed to address the problems of people at their door step.
Gandapur said government already had formulated a task-force about the promotion and development of tourism sector as Azad Kashmir and Gilgit Baltistan are very rich for tourism industry and will attract million of visitors from all over the world.
The promotion of tourism sector in these area was a top priority of the government as Prime Minister Imran Khan is taking keen interest in the development of tourism to promote the positive image of Pakistan.
Talking about the agenda of the government, Gandapur said a university is currently under construction in Muzafarabad and other education institutions and hospitals will be established in different places of the area.