LAHORE - Azad Jammu & Kashmir President Raja Zulqarnain Haider Khan says India has failed to crush the freedom movement going on in the Occupied Valley and the torch has now gone to the third generation of Kashmiris, who are determined to get their due rights at all costs. He said a strong Pakistan would help Kashmiris get rid of the Indian occupation. The AJK President said this while addressing as chief guest a Kashmir Conference held at the Aiwan-e-Karkunan Tehrik-e-Pakistan here on Tuesday. Editor-in-Chief The Nation and Chairman Nazria Pakistan Trust (NPT) Majid Nizami presided while NPT Vice-Chairman Dr Rafique Ahmad, Begum Mehnaz Rafi, Senator Naeem Hussain Chattah, Maj Gen (r) Rahit Latif, Mufti Shafi Josh, Dr Parveen Khan, NPT Secretary Shahid Rasheed also addressed the conference. Chairman Tehrik-e-Pakistan Workers Trust Col (r) Jamshed Ahmad Tarin, Brig (r) Zafar Iqbal, Mian Farooq Altaf, Begum Surraya Khursheed, students and people from various walks of life also attended the two-day session conference. AJK President Raja Zulqarnain thanked Majid Nizami and the Trust for active support to the Kashmiris, saying the people of Kashmir had great respect for him. He admitted that all the governments (past, present) in Pakistan morally supported the indigenous movement in Indian occupied Kashmir. He added that Indian conspiracies to drive a wedge between Pakistan and Kashmiris would never succeed and Kashmiris would continue their struggle to become part of Pakistan. He urged upon the media to give proper coverage to the Kashmir movement, as it was a movement for Pakistan. Majid Nizami, in his presidential address, reiterated his stance about Kashmir, saying only a war could get the Kashmiris independence from Hindus. He urged upon the government and the army not to keep silent over Indian atrocities on the innocent Kashmiris. We should support them for fulfilling the dreams of Quaid-e-Azam. If we cannot get Kashmir, India will turn Pakistan into a desert or flood it by unleashing waters under its control, Nizami said. He regretted that the Pakistan government was not reacting seriously to the deteriorating situation in Kashmir. Kashmiri leader Syed Ali Geelani is vociferously saying that Kashmir will be the part of Pakistan, but our government is keeping mum, he remarked and added that India was a sworn enemy of Pakistan. Dr Rafique Ahmad in his address highlighted past and present situation of Kashmir movement saying the youth now had controlled the movement and intefada had begun against Indian forces. He asked the government to take advantage of the present state and act bravely against India. He said that the youth of Kashmir were willing to make ultimate sacrifices for their cause and no one could stop them from reaching their destination. The speakers in their proactive comments at Kashmir Conference called upon the government and international 'champion of human rights not to sit mum over Indian barbarism on Kashmiri people. It was the common gist of participants that indigenous movement in Kashmir had gained new momentum and the days were not so ahead when Kashmir would be the part of Pakistan.