October 2003 News

Kashmir, A Lifeline Of Pakistan: Maulana Noorani

2 October 2003
News Network International

Islamabad: MMA President Maulana Shah Ahmed Noorani has said that Kashmir is the lifeline of Pakistan. Addressing a convention here Thursday, he said that the entire political leadership of Pakistan and Azad Kashmir is united on the immediate settlement of the core issue of Kashmir. The MMA leader said that the liberation struggle for the attainment of the right to self-determination is being accelerated and we believe that the time will come for the unification of the entire Kashmir with Pakistan. He said that Berlin Wall collapsed, East Timure got independence and the occupied territory of Jammu and Kashmir would also free from the Indian subjugation. 0.7 million Indian troops failed to crush the liberation movement due to its worst kind of atrocities against the men, youth, women and girls. India had captured the territory through a conspiracy hatched by Dogra rulers. Maulana Shah Ahmed Noorani said that negotiations between Pakistan and India were held more than 90 times, but failed to achieve any substantial result. More than eight thousand Kashmir people were martyred in Occupied Kashmir. He said that USA was the biggest terrorist country in the world and urged for Jehad. The convention organized by Jamiat-e-Ulema Jammu and Kashmir was addressed by Maulana Atiq ur Rehman Faizpuri, former Prime Minster Sardar Muhammad Abdul Qayyum Khan, Acting Speaker Legislative Assembly Muhammad Sana Ullah Qadri, Maulana Muhammad Hayat Khan, Ghulam Mufti Muhammad Hussain Chishti, Maulana Hasan Haqani, Sahibzada Mumtaz Hussain Kazmi, Sardar Khadim Hussain Tahir, Maulana Pervez Qureshi, Chaudhry Shakeel, Ghulam Mohiuddin Abid, Maulana Mafuz Chishti. Riaz Hussain Noorani, Ghulam Murtaza Zook, Sahibzada Sharif Ghavi, Maulana Khabirul Haq Razvi, Sahibzada Syed Arif Gillani, Maulana Mufti Gul Ahmed Atiq, Muhammad Rafiq Mujadadi, Dr. Sarfraz Naheemi and others.-


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