OUR STAFF REPORTER LAHORE Former Prime Minister Azad Jammu and Kashmir Barrister Sultan Mahmood Chaudhry has said that Kashmiris were more concerned about their inclusion in the Pakistan-India talks over the held Kashmir than about the decision of giving Most Favoured Nation status to the neighboring country. Addressing the participants of a function held here on Sunday, he said that the Kashmiris were making serious efforts for accession of the held valley to Pakistan. He has recently returned Pakistan After visiting held Kashmir. Srinagar High Court Bar Association, including its Hindu and Sikh members, has recently passed a unanimous resolution regarding accession of Kashmir to Pakistan, Barrister Sultan Mahmood said. He said the Kashmiris were continuing their freedom struggle and there were no signs of tiredness. He said he called on Kashmiri leaders Syed Ali Gillani, Yasin Malik, Shabbir Shah and Mirwaiz Omer Farooq who reiterated their principled stance on the future of the valley. He stressed upon the PML-Q leadership to extend support to the PPP candidate in by-polls for AJK Assembly seat in Gujrat. He expressed hope that the the polling process would be fair and transparent. He, however, said that rigging in the polling could weaken Islamabads stand on Kashmir.