India has no right to speak against CPEC: Masood
MUZAFFARABAD: President Azad Jammu and Kashmir Sardar Muhammad Masood Khan said India had no right to speak out against the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor.
Addressing a seminar held here at AJK University, he said Kashmir state had been remained the vital part of trade from the early ages through silk rout between China and Central Asian states.
President Masood while speaking in a seminar held at AJK University titled "China-Pakistan Economic Corridor and Regional Contacts", observed that the day was not far when the whole state of Jammu and Kashmir will play pivotal role in promoting international trade after becoming the part of China-Pakistan Economic Corridor.
The seminar was also addressed by Executive Director of CPEC Centre for Excellence Islamabad Dr.Shahid Rashid, Voice Chancellor AJK University Professor Dr.Kaleem Abbassi, Secretary for Information, IT and Tourism AJK Midhut Shahzad and other professionals and experts.
The AJK president said China was the part of one Belt and one Road and this gigantic project worth Rs.1 trillion dollar was such a project which will connect three continents with each other and almost 67 countries of the world have joined this project so for he added.