Kashmir jugular vein of Pak: Athar
Rawalpindi, July 19: The All Jammu and Kashmir Muslim Conference information secretary, Athar Masood Wani on Monday said the water and power crisis presently faced by the Pakistan made its amply clearer that Kashmir was its jugular vein without which it could not sustain.
Athar Masood was addressing a function organized today by the Muslim Conference at F Block Satellite on Yoom-i-Qarardad-i-Ilhak-i-Pakistani with its general secretary Syed Bashir Andrabi in chair.
“Kashmiris had through Qrardar-Ilhak-i-Pakistan in 1947 only determined the direction of their movement and freedom struggle and they are carrying it on till this day with firm resolve, offering supreme sacrifices of life, honour and property,” said Athar, adding “Kashmir issue is linked with the security and existence of Pakistan. But most of the Pakistan governments are not strictly adhering to national policy of the country vis-à-vis Kashmir issue. Kashmiris freedom movement has been recognized by the United Nations also.”
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