‘India to immediate stop atrocities in IIOJK’

F.P. Report
PESHAWAR: Khyber Pakhtunkhwa’s Caretaker Minister for Labor, Excise and Taxation Haji Manzoor Khan Afridi has warned India to stop the series of cruelties in Occupied Kashmir immediately otherwise, he cautioned, the tribal people of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa would repeat their past tradition and would stand by the Pakistan Army for the liberation of Kashmir in the shape of a movement and would not take sigh of relief until liberating the whole Kashmir.
He further said that the only solution to the Kashmir issue is the implementation of the UN resolutions, hence the international community should listen to its conscience and force the UNO to honor its promise of plebiscite, otherwise the peace of the world may be endangered due to the war between two nuclear countries.
He clarified that the tribal people always carved stories of bravery which are a part of history and they have repeated this history in Bara tragedy recently too.
He was addressing a joint function regarding Kashmir Solidarity Day and Bara tragedy at Shah House Tehsil Bara.
On this occasion, the caretaker provincial minister gave award to Tehsil Chairman Mufti Muhammad Kafeel, who played a key role in recovering the martyred child Yahya from the deep well in the Bara tragedy. The award was given on behalf of former senator Haji Muhammad Shah Khan, who also gave cash prizes to more than a dozen tribal volunteers for their heroic role in this regard.
Manzoor Afridi said that the government and people of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa are still in a state of mourning due to recent tragedies like Police Lines Masjid explosion and Tandah Dam boat capsize, but our commitment have become stronger than rocks and we are building the nation with renewed spirit, he concluded.
Former Member of National Assembly and ex Senator Haji Muhammad Shah Khan, Mufti Muhammad Kafeel, Professor Abdul Ali Afridi and Haji Andar Gul also addressed the ceremony, while at the request of Haji Muhammad Shah Khan, the participants also raised their hands and expressed complete solidarity with the Kashmiri people.