The Azad Jammu and Kashmir Cabinet at its meeting in Muzaffarabad on Friday strongly condemned unending curfew, lock-down and human rights violations in the Occupied Kashmir and decided to expose Indian false narrative at all available forums.
The meeting presided over by Prime Minister Raja Farooq Haider Khan decided not to leave the Kashmiris alone in this critical time when India unilaterally and illegally revoked Articles 370 and 35-A and conspiring to alter demography of the disputed territory by settling non-state subjects in the occupied territory.
The cabinet appealed United Nations and other human rights organizations to take a serious notice of the humanitarian crisis in the IOK and held India accountable for war crimes.
He directed Ministers to visit districts and their constituencies and listen to public issues.
The Prime Minister also directed administrative machinery of the state to address peoples' complaints in due course of time.
Raja Farooq Haider Khan expressed concerns over the performance of secretaries and heads of departments and said 90 percent applications that received to him are relating to government servants.
He said good governance and financial discipline enable the government self-sufficient and we want to move its benefits to the general public.
Source: Radio Pakistan