MC Played vital role in the sanctity of National Institutions: Sardar Attiq
10 July, 2007
ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister of Azad Jammu & Kashmir Sardar Attiq said that Muslim conference had played an important role in the sanctity of National Institutions, pursuing the strategy of taking along other allied political parties in the formulation of national policies.
While talking to president of Jamiat Ulema Jammu & Kashmir Pir Attiq –ur-Rehman Faiz Puri in Kashmir House, he imparted Mujahid Awwal Sardar Abdul Qayyum initiated unprecedented efforts to make Azad Kashmir an Islamic and welfare state in 1970, asserted incumbent government is seeking sequel of those policies.
The head of incumbent government said government would welcome proposals from religious parties, assured about their considerations and implementations as well, terming Jamiat Ulema Islam an old and reliable allied party.
Afterwards, Prime Minister lauded the role of media and NGOs in relief and rehabilitation process in the wake of 8th October Earthquake that rocked most of the areas of Azad Kashmir and some districts of NWFP while receiving a cheque of five million rupees for the reconstruction of Girls Higher Secondary School Saheen Saheely Sarkar Muzaffarabad donated by a welfare organization
He expressed satisfaction over progress of Pakistani media fostering not only ideology but also contributing in social developments.