Gearing up efforts imperative to enter in club of free nations: Lord Mayor Khadim Hussain

BRADFORD: Lord Mayor Councillor Khadim Hussain has said that it is imperative for Kashmiri nation to gear up their efforts for freedom and independent Kashmir if they desire to enter in the club on free nations.
“The time will come one day when Kashmir will be free and independent nation and its population will be free from any suppression”, Councillor Khadim said while addressing a gathering held to mark black day held at Bradford Consulate General. The function was addressed by Chairman Right of Self Determination Movement Raja Najabat, Advisor to PM AJK Raja Abdul Rehman, Pakistan Muslim League (N) leader Asad Sajjad Butt, Pakistan People Party leader Chaudhry Ghalib Raza, Tehreek Insaf leader Asif Khan and A D Khan and Samina Waqar and Shahnaz Khan from PTV also addressed tyhe gathering, while Ghazal Ansari, Tabbasum Hassan and Mumtaz Awan read out their poetry.
He said that dispute between India and Pakistan has deproved 15 million people of their basic and inalienable right of self determination.
ABdul Rehman Khan highlighted the aspects of October 27, 1947 saying that on this day India droped its army in Kashmir and illegally occupied Kashmir. “Today we have to look on our failures as what we did for freedom of Kashmir. Tehreek e Insaf is a new addition in political scenario, but what the two oldest political parties did after obtaining power three times each”, he asked.
Raja Najabat said that he had adopted freedom movement as a full time job but people at least use mail and emails to apprise their parliamentarians and trade unions,which would help build a powerful public opinion.
Pakistani Counseler Khalil Ahmed read out message on this occasion and assured Kashmiri nation of full support from Pakistan in their ongoing liberation movement.