Thursday, July 7, 2016

                                                                                                           27th of June 2016

Prime Minister Office

Prime Minister of India
New Delhi

Dear Sirs,

Assalamo alaikum

On behalf of the Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front and its supporters, I am writing to urge both of you to respect the aspirations of the people of forcibly divided Jammu Kashmir either by withdrawing your troops from Jammu Kashmir or arrange a referendum the way Britain did in relation to Scotland and now its own membership of the European Union. 

We expect both of you to show a similar sense of decency, democracy and civilization by providing the people of Jammu Kashmir with a similar opportunity enjoyed by the British people to determine their future democratically and peacefully. This will certainly enhance your credibility among the International Community.   

We wish a very good luck to both of you and your respective government and the people.

Yours sincerely,

Quayyum Raja
Representative JKLF
Burhan House, Khajorullah, Khuiratta, Kotli, Azad Kashmir
0347 5765 869. Email: 

 A JOINT LETTER TO:                                                           27/06/2016

Prime Minister of Azad Kashmir
Prime Minister Secretariat

Chief Minister of Gilgit Baltistan
Chief Minister House

Chief Minister of Jammu Kashmir

Assalamo alaikum,

I am writing on behalf of the Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front and hundred and thousand of its supporters in relation to the solution of protracted Kashmir Issue.

It is unfortunate that we have three governments in three forcibly divided parts of Jammu Kashmir, but neither you nor any of your predecessors tried to reunite your motherland. We urge you to stop appeasing your respective political master and act like a dignified leadership of Britain and Scotland, who held referendum to determine their future democratically. Britain was not invaded when she joined  the EU nor was she attacked when she decided to leave the EU. Whereas, Jammu Kashmir was invaded to be engulfed into Pak-Hind Unions. Therefore, we have  much stronger a case than that of Scotland and Britain.

We look forward to a positive step by each one of you.

Yours sincerely,

Quayyum Raja
Representative JKLF
Burhan House, Khajorullah, Khuiratta, Kotli, Azad Kashmir
0347 5765869

Sunday, July 19, 2015

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Wednesday, April 8, 2015

Letter to Chief Secretary AJK - sent by fax at midday 080415

AJK – Public Agency
Khuiratta Sub-division HQ (Office 1) - Kalri Sub-division: Sehnsa (Office 2)
A decade-long public discovery from citizen > forum > institution > agency

Restoring (Internet) Communication in AJK

Tuesday, April 07, 2015 (Correspondence no. 6)
Previous Correspondence:
1)    28/05/09 : meeting with this chair
2)    22/09/11 : written
3)    12/10/11 : written
4)    18/10/11 : written
5)    13/11/13 : written

Dear Chief Secretary (AJK),

Since the beginning of 2013, the level of communication in terms of internet band-with availability – through every source - has gradually shrunk throughout AJK. The importance of communication provision – in all its forms – cannot be overstated in this age where globally; communications, politics and society are interacting in a manner never witnessed before. Given the scope for improved governance, education and particularly in the context of the State of Jammu & Kashmir’s unresolved ‘national question’; the citizens of AJK are being deprived of the most important tool to equip themselves for exercising their right to self-determination.

As the State of Pakistan’s consistent public stance since its creation in 1947 has been to declare its  support for Kashmiri’s right to self-determination, the current level of internet band-with available to the citizens of AJK is - with due respect - contrary to that stance. From a public interest perspective, opinion on the ground suggests that this scenario is intolerable.

The de-facto relationship between the State of Pakistan and the State of AJK appears to trace its origins from the Karachi Agreement signed on the 28th of April 1949, whereby practically all matters of public policy in AJK and Gilgit Baltistan were handed over to Pakistan. Hence, this letter being addressed to Pakistan’s top-most civil servant in AJK.

In consultation with the citizens of AJK, who wholly fund the initiative leading to this letter, we would suggest that the provision of internet band-with in AJK be increased to a minimum level of whatever constitutes average global band-with availability, by the 31st of July 2015. If such a level is not achievable for whatever reason, that would provide sufficient grounds for our citizens to engage with the outside world - for our communication needs on our own initiative - without obstruction or interference from the State of Pakistan.       

Your written response on this matter is eagerly sought by the public of AJK.

Written in sincerity to public interest

Written  by Tanveer Ahmed – an aspiring technocrat claiming to be assisting in the formation of J & K's first genuine public agency, in Azad Jammu and Kashmir.
Contact: 03455044252

Tuesday, December 24, 2013

Monday, December 10, 2012

From Kashmir to Turkey

Kashmiri columnist, analyist and reformist; Quayyum Raja, who is touring Turkey, has met with the Chairman of TUMSIAD (All Turkısh Industrialists Association) Dr. Hasan Sert and hıs team at it's Istanbul headquarters. Commentıng on the meetıng and hıs observatıons, Mr. Raja said the most remarkable and impressıve aspect of Turkey's rapid economıc development is the fact that it has emerged as a result of hard work by the Turkish people in general and it's experts in particular, rather than exploitatıon like Western powers. He said he found the Turkısh people as friendliest as ever imagined. The full report of Mr. Raja's visit will be published on his return from Turkey to Azad Jammu and Kashmir at the earliest.