Meanwhile, the political leadership of Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) has accepted the PM Imran Khan’s decision as they decided to postpone a march towards the Line of Control (LoC) until Imran Khan’s address at the UNGA on Sept 27.
A committee comprising heads of political and religious parties of AJK presided over by AJK Prime Minister Raja Farooq Haider
was held at Kashmir House in Islamabad. During the meeting, they decided to hold peaceful joint protests across all the cities of AJK against Indian atrocities in Indian Occupied Kashmir (IoK).
As a wide understanding at the meeting was to stage a march towards the LoC, the AJK prime minister was mandated by the participants to set modalities and fix a date for it. However, no progress could be made on the matter due to Haider’s month-long foreign tour.
After return of the PM Haider, the decision on the matter was again postponed till Imran Khan’s address to a rally in Muzaffarabad on Friday. At Friday’s rally, Farooq Haider spoke about the very demand and desire in AJK to trample down the LoC.
Earlier, President Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) Masood Khan had said that the United Kingdom (UK) can play a pivotal role in the United Nations (UN) for resolving the occupied Kashmir issue.
On the other hand, normal life continued to remain paralysed as the unprecedented lockdown entered its 42th day, on Sunday, in Indian Occupied Kashmir
(IoK) with schools, markets and other business establishments closed and public transport off the roads.