MIRPUR (AJK)-Former Azad Jammu & Kashmir (AJK) Prime Minister and member Legislative Assembly Barrister Sultan Mehmood Chaudhry said that people of Indian-held Jammu Kashmir will completely boycott the ongoing Indian elections drama being staged in the disputed Himalayan state under the same anti-elections spirit they (Kashmiris) demonstrated during all previous farcical elections in the held territory.

Talking to this correspondent here, Sultan said that by totally staying off the ‘sham’ Indian elections being tried to be held under the Indian constitution in occupied Jammu & Kashmir, the valiant people of occupied Jammu Kashmir would prove that they had nothing to do with the so-called elections nor had any link with India since the elections in held Kashmir could not be the substitute to plebiscite committed by the international community with people of Jammu & Kashmir for deciding about their destiny under UN resolutions.

He recalled that earlier all similar sham elections under Indian constitution in held Jammu & Kashmir were always  proved to be an abortive attempt and futile practice, staged to mislead the external world, following the complete boycott of the “polls” by the people in all the “constituencies” of the held state.

Medics advise eye care to ward off cure: The seasoned eye-specialists strongly advised to the people for a regular test of eyes to maintain quality eye-site. The eye specialists including Dr Najma, Dr Hameeda, Dr Muhammad Waseem, Dr Asif and Dr Sadaf made the advice at a free-eye camp held at Kharak Town in the outskirt of the city here. Al Shifa Eye Trust Hospital Rawalpindi in coordination with veteran philanthropist Raja Allah Ditta Pehelwan organised the camp to facilitate needy eye patients with free treatment.

On the occasion, the eye specialists told reporters that 271 eye patients came to the eye camp of which 173 patients were provided with free glasses and medicines besides, 24 patients were referred to Al Shifa Eye Trust Hospital Rawalpindi for surgery. Similarly five patients were operated upon immediately shifted to Al Shifa Eye Hospital through their mobile van.