MUZAFFARABAD: Azad Jammu Kashmir (AJK) Prime Minister Raja Farooq Haider Khan directed officials of Kashmir Liberation Cell to highlight Indian brutalities against Kashmiri people on scientific basis by using both traditional and social media.
Addressing the meeting of Boards of Governor of Kashmir Liberation Cell, he said that “Social media is an important tool to make the world know about what is happening in occupied Kashmir because of its reach and effectiveness.”
The meeting was attended by Azad kashmir Chief Secretary Mian Wahid-ud-Din, Secretary Services, Chaudhry Liaqat Hussain, Principal Secretary Ahsan Khalid Kiani, Secretary Kashmir Cell Muhammad Idrees Abbasi, Additional Secretary Finance and other top officials of the government.
Earlier, PM Haider was briefed about the performance of the cell and initiative taken by it for highlighting the Kashmir issue in its true perspective.
He said, “Kashmir Liberation Struggle is first and foremost priority of present government.” The PM directed the officials of the cell to establish Kashmiri Martyrs Gallery to recognize the sacrifices of those who had laid down their lives for the liberation of their motherland.
The Prime Minister directed for compilation of impartial and unbiased history of Kashmir by interviewing important figures who remained associated with Kashmir Liberation Struggle one way or the other.
He also directed to build National Martyrs’ Memorial in memory of the martyrs who sacrificed their lives for the liberation of Kashmir. PM Haider suggested that the launch of a research Journal of international standards to publish research papers and articles on Kashmir issue and improvement of the quality of the contents being published in the magazine Kashmir Today.
The Prime Minister urged the officials of the cell to commemorate all the important national days and make sure the participation of all the people from different school of thoughts to carry forward the Kashmir struggle with unity.
He paid tributes to the joint resistance leadership of Kashmir and assured that the government in the base camp of Kashmir Liberation Struggle would spare no effort to play its due role.