AJK PM for increase in defense budget following Indian PM, army chief’s provocative statements
MIRPUR: Azad Jammu Kashmir Prime Minister Raja Farooq Haider Khan has called for immediate increase in the defense budget of the country following Indian prime minister and army chief’s provocative statements and threats to Pakistan and liberated territory of AJK.
Sharing his views on different resolutions moved by the members on the floor of the AJK legislative assembly session held in the State’s metropolis, Raja Farooq Haider said Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Army Chief Manoj Mukund Naravane’s recent threats to attack Azad Kashmir are highly condemnable and should not be taken lightly.
“It could be possible that such threats were being used as a tool to win upcoming elections in Delhi and another state in India. However, Narendra Modi in his election manifesto had pledged to revoke the special status of the Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IOJ&K) and revenge of Pulwama incident. He fulfilled his both commitment made with his people, although there was no human loss in the Indian airstrike”, he commented.
The Prime Minister warned that India is consistently enhancing its military might and tried to exert pressure on the neighboring countries particularly Pakistan by its armed exercise on January 26. “Pakistan is the only hurdle in Indian expansionist designs and her access to the central and eastern region”, he added. – APP

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