Islamabad, Azad Jammu & Kashmir (AJK) Prime Minister Chaudhry Abdul Majeed said Thursday that the Pakistan People’s Party (PPP)government would not complete its five-year tenure in AJK but will succeed in getting public mandate for the next five years on the basis of its performance.
Talking to Advisor to Prime Minister of Pakistan, Aslam Gull here at Kashmir House, he claimed that performance of the incumbent government is better than any government if compared to the past. He said dozens mega projects have been launched, over 10,000 job opportunities have been created and government was specially focusing on education, hydel power, transportation, communication, health and tourism sector. He added for the first time Rs 100 million have been earmarked for immigrants.
AJK PM said Kashmiris living in Pakistan will play an important role for the success of PPP candidates in next general elections of Pakistan. He said government of PPP can play a key role for resolving Kashmir issue according to aspirations of Kashmiri people and giving right of self-determination to them. He highlighted sacrifices of Kashmiri masses for Pakistan, saying stability and security of Pakistan only guarantee a better future of Kashmiris.
Later, talking to Administrator Islam Garh Town Committee, Bostan Bhatti, he urged them to play due role for development of the region and resolving basic problems of the inhabitants. He said government was taking all possible steps to fulfill needs of the institutions.
AJK PM talking to delegation of Goods Transporters Owners Association said that efforts would be made to shift bus and goods transport stands out of the city. He said issue of tool tax, token tax and registration tax will be raised before the Kashmir Council.
Talking to delegation of Mirpur, Chaudhry Abdul Majeed said that Mirpur is the city of oversees and affecttees of Mangla Dam. He termed the region as face and identity of the AJK. He assured that no stone would be left unturned to make it a model city in real meanings. He said several mega development projects have been launched.