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AJK PM used bad words against Latif Akbar, Sahibzada Muhammad Ashfaq

The workers of Pakistan Peoples Party Azad Kashmir led by Sahibzada Muhammad Ashfaq Zafar strongly protested against the language used against the Prime Minister of Azad Kashmir (AJK PM) Chaudhry Latif Akbar at the district headquarters of Jhelum Valley Hattian Bala. Reported Azadi Times,

Sahibzada Muhammad Ashfaq Zafar, while speaking at District Press Club Hattian Bala along with PPP workers, said that Chaudhry Latif Akbar is the senior parliamentarian and the leader of the opposition in the Azad Kashmir Legislative Assembly.

The language has been used, it is against the position of the PM of AJK, such a person has been appointed to insult the Prime Minister.

The person occupying the position of the Prime Minister tarnishes the identity of the state. Not deserving of exemption, in-house change is inevitable Tanveer Ilyas has already left.

Tolerance has always prioritize in politics. Those who announced the ban on entry into Poonch are the inhabitants of fools’ paradise.

The people of Poonch will teach them a lesson themselves. Read the inscriptions on the wall encouraging regional determination. When the workers of the People’s Party come out on the streets, there is no possibility of coming back.

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Nasiruddin Chak, Raja Rasheed Khan, Raja Mohammad Nazir Khan, Syed Shafiq Shah Kazmi, and Owais Khan also address and said that they can block the way of Tanveer Ilyas from Kohala to Chakothi who will not respect, he will not be respected.

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