December 2003 News

Sultan Chaudhry Tries To Seek More Permits For Pakistanis, Kashmiris

15 December 2003
News Network International

Dubai: AJK Former Prime Minster and Opposition leader in the Legislative Assembly Barrister Sultan Mehmood Chaudhry has asked the United Arab Emirates to provide more work permits to Pakistani and the Kashmiri nationals living in Emirates as the Hindu labours will hatch a conspiracy after Indian-Israeli alliance. Addressing a reception before his departure to Pakistan Monday, he said that Pakistanis and Kashmirs have played their vital role in the development of Emirates and hope that they would also continue their role in future. Referring peace talks between India and Pakistan, Chaudhry Sultan Mehmood said that it is a welcoming step, but he made it clear that the issue of Kashmir should be resolved under the United Nations resolutions and in accordance with the wishes of Kashmir people. He said that conspiracy to divide Kashmir would not be successful. He said that keeping in view the international scenario there is a need for diplomatic efforts to highlight the issue and expose the Indian atrocities being perpetrated in held Kashmir. He also urged the Kashmiri community living in abroad to take up the issue in an effective manner at all international forums. He said that tension between the two countries is Kashmir and peace can't be established in South Asia without the resolution of this issue.-


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