LAHORE – AJK President Sardar Yaqoob Khan has said that no one can challenge the vision of Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto for Kashmir cause. He said there is no room for bargaining on Kashmir cause. Sardar Yaqoob said this during a meeting with Managing Director Nawa-i-Waqt Group and Editor-in-chief TheNation Majid Nizami at his residence on Wednesday.

He said, “We will fight at every forum for Kashmir cause and no stone will be left unturned in this regard.” He praised the role of Nawa-i-Waqt and Majid Nizami for Kashmir cause. He said Kashmiris were playing on front foot for Pakistan. He further said, “We are proud of Pak Army. It is general perception that Muslim Conference worked for vested interests since last 50 years.”  On the occasion, Majid Nizami asked Sardar Yaqoob to stand firmly for the cause. He said independence of Kashmir was not possible without Jihad. He said ZA Bhutto played central role to make the country an atomic power. He said India had occupied our water and it was conspiring to make Pakistan barren. Meanwhile, a Pakistan-based blind British Judge Dr.Ameer Ali Majid says disables can be made productive citizens of the society by proper training. Speaking at Aiwan-e-Waqt Forum here on Wednesday, he added that disabled person instead of sitting at homes should come forward to play their part for the betterment of society. Ameer Ali did his Bar-at-Law from Briton and later got doctorate degree in the same subject from Canada. British Judge also met with TheNation Editor-in-Chief Majid Nizami at his office. He claims to dispose off 2,940 cases so far during his job.

“I am working for the welfare of blind persons in Pakistan and a hospital project in this regard is underway in Gojra,” he said, adding about six acres land had been acquired and Rs27 million donation had been collected for the project. He appreciated the donors for cooperation, but regretted the behaviour of Pakistani Ambassador in the UK, Wajid Shamsul Hassan, saying Hassan had made several claims to cooperate but did nothing on practical grounds so far.