Pakistan incomplete without Kashmir, says Minister

LAHORE: Minister for Special Education Punjab, Chaudhry Muhammad Akhlaq has said that Pakistan is incomplete without Kashmir as it is the unfinished agenda of partition of sub-continent.
In a message on Kashmir Solidarity Day issued here on Tuesday, Chaudhry Akhlaq said that love and ardor for Kashmiris runs like blood in veins of all Pakistanis and we cannot forget our brethren in spell of grave turmoil. Pakistan will never abandon unflinching moral, diplomatic and political support to the legitimate and heroic struggle of our Kashmiri brethren for their basic human and inalienable right of self-determination, he added. The Minister Special Education said that people of Pakistan and freedom-loving people across the world salute them for their courage, bravery and persistence in facing the worst kind of human rights abuses, violence and suppression by the Indian security forces. He said that Kashmir issue is the most burning issue of the region and the Indian oppression and tyranny put the peace of whole region at stake. Peace in the region will remain elusive until the resolution of the Kashmir dispute in accordance with the will of the people of Jammu and Kashmir, he added. – Agencies