MUZAFFARABAD Mian Nawaz Sharif, Quaid Pakistan Muslim League (Nawaz), has asked India to put an end to the atrocities being perpetrated and human rights violations being committed by Indian forces in Occupied Kashmir. He cursed that our Foreign Office was behaving as a silent spectator saying Pakistan should have lodged a protest against this terrorism in Occupied Kashmir. Mian Nawaz Sharif was addressing a reception meeting organised by PML-N workers on his arrival here to see for himself the plight of flood stricken people and express solidarity and sympathy with them. Regarding the statement of British Prime Minister David Cameron accusing Pakistan of abetting terrorism Mian Nawaz Sharif opined our rulers should not have visited Britain. Pakistan and Kashmir are one and Pakistani and Kashmiris are also one, he said. He recalled to have constructed and widened Kohala-Muzaffarabad road and if God accorded the opportunity he would carry out the development works in Pakistan Occupied Kashmir with more vigour than in Pakistan. Mian Nawaz Sharif had a round of Muzaffarabad citys flood affected localities and at the Neelam bridge came out of his car and moved on the other side of the bridge and talked and waved to the people. Here Mian Sahib talking to the newsmen said that country was facing the flood onslaught and the rulers were enjoying their foreign visits. They should be with the people, he observed. The Muslim League leader also questioned the apathy of rulers as they were more interested in their election campaigns in the by-elections. Mian Nawaz Sharif said he had not come to Pakistan Occupied Kashmir with any political purpose, he had come to express solidarity with our brethren suffering the onslaught of flood. He has brought some relief articles and Punjab government and Muslim League would do more for the flood affactees, he said. Mian Nawaz Sharif said the General Council of Muslim League would decide the establishment of PML-N in Pakistan Occupied Kashmir. He said he was hurt to learn about the miseries of Neelam Valley people because of flood and would visit Neelam Valley in the near future. Mian Nawaz Sharif was given briefing by the Disaster Management Authority about the flood situation. Malik Nawaz, Minister Pakistan Occupied Kashmir Government, Syed Murtaza Gillani, former Minister, Chief Secretary and the Inspector General Police were present in the briefing. Mian Nawaz Sharif travelled from Murree to Muzaffarabad and went back by helicopter.