Pak army one of best fighting force: Sardar Tanveer Ilyas

By: News Desk
Published: 08:39 PM, 4 Jul, 2022
Pak army one of best fighting force: Sardar Tanveer Ilyas
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Pakistan army is one of the best fighting forces in the world and it has efficiently faced the challenge of terrorism, said Prime Minister (PM) Azad Jammu & Kashmir Sardar Tanveer Ilyas Khan.

Addressing a special function organized by the Loyalpur Warriors to pay tributes to the families of martyrs of Pakistan armed forces here on Sunday, he said that Pak force had foiled many aggressive attempts by the Indians particularly at the Line of Control (LoC).

He said that Abhinandan had become a symbol of the moral and ethical values of the Pakistani armed forces. He said that 900,000 Indian boot-force has unleashed barbarism in Indian-occupied Kashmir. “Indian force is involved in worst type of human rights violation but they failed to crush their struggle for an independent homeland”, he added. 

He said that the Pak force was very near and dear to him and he always tried to participate in its meetings. The budget session of Azad Jammu & Kashmir had just been concluded but he preferred to participate in this meeting to pay his tributes to the families of the martyred Jawans of the Pakistan Army. 

Continuing, he said that Azad Kashmir started from glaciers and stretched over the borders of Sialkot. His elders had offered sacrifices for an independent homeland, he said and added that Pakistan had been created in the name of “Kalima Tayyabah”, but the attitude of Hindus towards Pakistan always remained discriminatory, 

He said that British rulers intentionally promoted and encouraged Hindus and Sikhs but Muslims were denied their rightful share only because British rulers think that they were their real competitors. 

He said that India was dependent on fake propaganda but could not deter our fortitude. He said that all rivers emanated from Kashmir and hence India must accept the right of freedom to the Kashmiris. 

He said that 270 million Muslims lived in Hindustan and if they stood up, it would be a doom day for India. 

He said that Kashmir was an integral part of Pakistan while Pakistan was incomplete without it. He said that Indian society was based on a caste system which would collapse very soon. 

About Azad Kashmir, he said that promoting tourism in addition to inviting investors to set up their industrial units. 

In this connection, he particularly mentioned textile and seafood and said that an Information Technology (IT) Park would also be established while no tax would be levied on the industrial investment. 

A special economic zone was also being established in AJK and the government would provide land for the industrial units. 

He said that Faisalabad had not only produced business and industrial tycoons but it had produced excellent warriors. 

Chairman Loyalpur Warriors Major (retired) Taseer Ikram also addressed the function while Air Martial (retired) Arshad Mehmood Malik, Air Martial (retired) Farhat H Khan, Minister Higher Education AJK Malik Zafar Iqbal, Deputy Speaker AJK Assembly Chaudhary Riaz Gujjar, other parliamentarians of AJK, local traders, army officials and families of martyred Jawans including Major Shahid Bashir Shaheed, Major Nisar Almas Shaheed, Captain Dr Bilal Khalil Shaheed and others were also present in the meeting.