Indian army has crossed all limits of cruelty: AJK PM 

He denounced teargas shelling of his funeral by Indian forces


APP October 10, 2016
He denounced teargas shelling of his funeral by Indian forces. PHOTO: EXPRESS

MUZAFFARABAD: The Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) Prime Minister Farooq Haider has strongly condemned the killing of 12-year-old Junaid Ahmed by security forces in the Indian occupied Kashmir.

Talking to a delegation at PM House late on Sunday the AJK premier said that Indian Army had crossed all limits of cruelty in the occupied valley. Expressing grief over the killing of Junaid Ahmed, he said, "We equally share the grief with our brethren in occupied Kashmir in these times of trial."

'India will not attack Pakistan or AJK'

He denounced teargas shelling of his funeral by Indian forces and described the action the worst kind of Indian state terrorism in the occupied Kashmir.

He lamented that Indian forces were targeting teenage boys which proved that the Indian government had no sympathy with the people of Kashmir but only needed their land.

Published in The Express Tribune, October 11th, 2016.

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Saleh Kashmiri | 3 years ago | Reply | Recommend @wiserneighbour I live in Azad Kashmir. Let us know what people you think is happening here? For sure i can tell you there is no seperatist movement, no Indian flag is raised, no indefinite curfew, no pallets guns.
wiserneighbour | 3 years ago | Reply | Recommend puppets will echo the string pulling army generals.So nothing new in this statement.Look behind and see what is happening in Pak occupied Kashmir.
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