Federal Government Addresses Public Demands in Azad Kashmir, Vows Stability

Islamabad, Minister for Information and Broadcasting Attaullah Tarar, at a news conference held outside Parliament House today, announced that the federal government has successfully addressed the immediate concerns of the people of Azad Kashmir, specifically regarding subsidies on flour and electricity. This action has effectively countered any potential disruptions by anarchic elements in the region.

According to Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, the government’s intervention in Azad Kashmir illustrates its commitment to efficient decision-making. Tarar emphasized that the government will not permit any form of chaos in Azad Kashmir, which he referred to as Pakistan’s “jugular vein.” He also highlighted Pakistan’s ongoing efforts to internationally advocate for the issue of Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir.

During the conference, Minister Tarar expressed condolences to the family of a police officer who was martyred in recent protests, assuring that the government would provide necessary support to his family. On economic matters, Tarar remarked on the positive trends in Pakistan’s economic indicators, noting improvements in inflation rates and investment levels, which are signaling a favorable economic trajectory for the country.

Amir Muqam, Minister for Kashmir Affairs and Gilgit-Baltistan, also spoke at the event, acknowledging Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif’s timely actions that preempted the exploitation of the situation by opportunistic elements. He condemned those who sought to leverage the public’s grievances for their own interests, declaring the peaceful resolution of the subsidy issues a victory for both Pakistan and Kashmir.

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