LAHORE - Azad Jammu and Kashmir Prime Minister Sardar Muhammad Yaqoob Khan has expressed hope that the Kashmiris will get freedom within next couple of years. He was speaking at the 'Issue of the Day Programme here at Hameed Nizami Hall Wednesday on 'Struggle of Kashmiris in Pakistan Movement. Sardar Yaqoob Khan said that right to self-determination in accordance with the UN resolutions was the unanimous demand of all the Kashmiris organisations. Accusing Musharraf government of strengthening Indian stance, he said President Zardari was serious in liberating Kashmir from Indian occupation. He said the present government was committed to the Kashmir cause. He said India should honour its commitment made with the UN to give right to self-determination to the Kashmiris. He said no one could compromise on the freedom of Kashmir, adding the previous government in AJK lost public confidence due to its support to the third option. Appealing the political leadership and all the federating units to bring unity among themselves, he said stability of Pakistan would strengthen the Kashmiris. Sardar Yaqoob said people were taking about different options for resolving the Kashmir issue but all the Kashmiris wanted right to self determination as envisaged in the UN resolutions. He said the Kashmiris didnt want to conquer or destablise India but it should honour its commitment of resolving the Kashmir issue in accordance with the UN resolutions. He said India had put popular leadership of Kashmir behind the bars to suppress their voice. He said the Indian strategy would fail and the Kashmiris would continue their struggle till freedom. Appreciating sacrifices of the Pakistanis for the independence of Kashmir, he said the Kashmiris have also rendered great sacrifices for the country. Referring to the development in Kashmir, he said the present government was establishing three medical colleges and two women universities.