Rawalpindi - All Jammu and Kashmir Muslim Conference (AJKMC) on Friday expressed its deep concern over water terrorism and continuous firing on Line of Control (LoC) by India.

The AJKMC demanded of the government of Pakistan to raise the aforementioned serious issues at international fora. The AJKMC, comprising delegates from Azad Jammu & Kashmir and Indian Held Kashmir, enthusiastically welcomed the stance of Pakistan for settlement of Kashmir issue through United Nations (UN).

The AJKMC held a session here at a local hotel and it was presided over by AJKMC President Sardar Atiq Ahmed Khan. On the occasion, six resolutions were passed unanimously. Addressing on the occasion, Sardar Atiq welcomed the stance of PM Nawaz Sharif in UN General Assembly regarding solution of Kashmir dispute in accordance with the wishes of Kashmiri people.

“This stance enunciated in the presence of the representative of Indian government substantiates the basic call of UN resolutions on Kashmir dispute and demand of the people of Jammu and Kashmir for an international plebiscite in Kashmir to settle the dispute once for all to ensure durable peace in South Asia and good neighbourly relations between Pakistan and India,” Atiq added. In the resolutions passed by AJKMC, Atiq urged Pakistan, India and the international community to declare/facilitate the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir as line of relief for the people of the state; similarly the existing intra-Kashmir trade routes be operationalised as trade, travel and tourism routes of relief.

The AJKMC paid tributes to the valour and steadfastness of the brave armed forces of Pakistan in their operation against terrorists and urged them to eliminate terrorism from the face of Pakistan.

The AJKMC welcomed the recent statements on Kashmir by Chairperson PPP Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, PTI Chairman Imran Khan and by all other political parties of Pakistan. The AJKMC welcomed the resolution passed on October 14, 2014 by the House of Commons in the United Kingdom for granting recognition to the State of Palestine and reminded the UK if a referendum on Scotland could be held, why not that democratic exercise be held in disputed Jammu and Kashmir State.

The AJKMC urged establishment of a Kashmir Ideological School in AJK to transmit the assets of ideological motto – ‘Kashmir Banega Pakistan’. The AJKMC forcefully reiterated that Jammu and Kashmir is inseparable from Pakistan.