Political and religious groups across Pakistan marked the annual Kashmir Solidarity Day.
He said the whole Pakistani nation stood with the oppressed Kashmiri people and was showing complete solidarity with them. So every year we celebrate this day to make British and Indian Government to realize that Kashmir is still the part of Pskistan.
Singh also mounted an attack on the Congress-led UPA and termed Manmohan Singh a mute spectator to the corruption by his ministers.
He said that "immediately after such attacks, so-called Kashmiri Rulers and authorities rush to issue statements of condemnation and probes but till now no criminal or assailant has been penalized or even booked".
Adding further, he said development will elude Tripura until the BJP is voted to power."I can tell you there would be no development until the BJP comes to power".
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The prime minister said there might be differences among the political leaders but on the Kashmir issue, all the leadership was united and there were no two opinions.
"The Modi government has tried all measures but they know they cant finish the freedom struggle because every Kashmiri child is taking ahead the cause", he said.
Pakistan Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi addressed the legislative assembly of Pakistan-controlled Kashmir, known here as the Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) Legislative Assembly, to mark "Kashmir Day" on Monday and urged lawmakers and politicians to continue supporting the struggle of Kashmir's people under "Indian occupation". "We know the pain of our brethren who are fighting against the occupiers for the last 70 years". "The Pakistani government wanted to stop me from raising the Kashmir issue", Saeed said while speaking at the Nazria Pakistan Trust in Lahore.
PM Abbasi said that there has been no interference by the federal government in the previous assembly elections of Kashmir.