Barrister Sultan Mehmood Chaudhry, the President of Azad Jammu and Kashmir, has declared that any assault or escapade by India would be met with the same coin of retaliation.
President Barrister Sultan, who is also the Chancellor of state-run colleges in Azad Jammu and Kashmir, stated that the residents of the Indian – administered Kashmir were a new history of struggle while speaking as a special guest at the 9th commencement ceremony of the State-run University of Azad Jammu and Kashmir on Thursday. He was alluding to Kashmiris’ perseverance in the face of Indian state terrorism.
“The morale of the Kashmiri people is high, our struggle will continue till the independence of occupied Kashmir from Indian rule”, he added.
The AJK president emphasised the active role that young and educated people have played in the Kashmiris’ battle for independence and stated that educated and well-qualified youth in Azad Jammu Kashmir can play a significant role in advancing the Kashmir cause on a global scale.
Jammu and Kashmiris living under Indian occupation are looking to the young people of Azad Kashmir. The students were instructed by Barrister Sultan Mahmood Chaudhry to get ready to participate in the fight to free their brothers and sisters who were being brutally treated by Indian occupation forces and were living on the other side of the line of control.
When thanking the graduates and their parents, President of Azad Kashmir Barrister Sultan Mehmood Chaudhry remarked that it was a day to remember for everyone involved because a new class of graduates was now prepared to serve the country after years of struggle and hard work.
He remarked, “It is a remarkable day for parents who have spent their time, energy, and hard-earned money to get their children educated”. praising the importance that parents play in their children’s education.
In the meantime, the University of Azad Jammu and Kashmir on Thursday presented diplomas to more than a thousand graduates from various departments during its 9th convocation. 49 of them received gold medals in recognition of their exceptional performance.
Additionally, certificates were given to more than 25 students who obtained doctoral degrees, as opposed to 200 people who completed MPhil, MA/MSc, BS, BCom, LLB, M.Ed, B.Ed, and other degrees from the university and received certificates for their accomplishments. A total of 12 000 certificates were given out to pupils, both male and female.
Prof. Dr. Muhammad Kaleem Abbasi, vice chancellor of Azad Jammu and Kashmir University, thanked the president and gave him an overview of the university’s recent academic, research, extracurricular, and curricular activities.