India is continuously making violations on the line of control to fulfil its nefarious intentions. Allama Syed Tasawar Hussain Naqvi

17 November 2016

Wahdat News (Muzaffarabad) India is continuously making violations of line of control to fulfil its nefarious intentions. Loss of lives and property occurred due to the firing and shelling of India in different sectors. Now this aggression reached to that level where our 7 Jawans were martyred. We pay tributes to the martyrs who sacrificed their lives at Bhimber Sector. This coward act of India should be condemned as much as possible. Such dirty tactics cannot suppress Kashmir issue. Secretary General Majlis Wahdat Muslimeen Azad Jammu and Kashmir Allama Syed Tasawar Hussain Naqvi expressed these views in his office while addressing to cabinet meeting.
He said that Majlis Wahdat Muslimeen pay tributes to martyrs and strongly condemn the so called Republic India. Employing such dirty tactics cannot suppress the freedom movement. Our struggle will continue till we reach our destination. India is committing war crimes. It is essential to expose it at international level. International court of justice should take suo-moto notice of this situation. India is making aggression continuously at line of control and working boundary and all this is unacceptable. Pak army has the capability of giving befitting reply to the enemy. International community has adopted dual standard and it is silent over this situation.
Kashmir issue is an issue of humanity. Entire nation is standing behind Pak army for its solution.
Allama Tasawar Naqvi further said that Federal and state governments should take measures of creating bunkers and other defense measures. People living at control line should be protected. People who live at border areas become isolated and cut from other areas in winter, food and medical treatments are inevitable for these areas.


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