Speaker National Assembly Asad Qaiser on Friday said supporting the cause of Kashmir on every regional and international forum would continue till the resolution of Kashmir dispute. He resolved to utilize all possible channels to highlight and sensitize the world about atrocities being committed on innocent Kashmiri people in Indian Illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir(IIOJK). He said that Indian atrocities would not last longer and the people of Kashmir would soon get their basic right of self-determination. He expressed these views while addressing the 15th anniversary of the establishment of Kashmir Orphan Relief Trust (KORT) in Mirpur Azad Jammu and Kashmir today. Speaker NA Asad Qaiser remarked that highlighting the atrocities and violations of basic rights have always been the priority of the incumbent Government. He said that the peace of the region as well as of the world is dependent upon the resolution of the Kashmir dispute as per the resolutions of the United Nations Security Council and as per the aspirations of the people of Kashmir. He said that the brutalities inflicted by Indian Army were felt by each Pakistani and each Pakistani stood shoulder by shoulder with their Kashmiri brethren. He remarked that Parliament of Pakistan had raised the Kashmir issue at all national and international forums.The Speaker said that the incumbent Government is especially focusing on the welfare of needy and destitute. He said that establishing welfare and rehabilitation centers with the help of different welfare organizations has been his priority. He mentioned that establishing the welfare city for orphans and street children in Alamaabad Swabi is in progress. He also resolved to continue working for the welfare of the needy and destitute in all parts of the country. He assured his all-out support to legislate for welfare of the needy people. Asad Qaiser lauded the passion and determination of Ch. Muhammad Akhtar for his endless efforts to establish and successfully manage Orphanage House in MirpurAzad Kashmir. He said that sincerity and persistency are required to achieve goals and objectives in life. He said that the expertise of Ch Muhammad Akhtar would be utilized to make such centers. While addressing the children of Kort, he said that they should not feel themselves homeless and hapless as every Pakistani stands with them. He advised the children to dream big and then strive hard to achieve these dreams. He also advised to children to be hard worker to achieve their dreams.He paid homage to the Chairman of Kashmir Orphan Relief Trust (KORT) Chaudhry Muhammad Akhtar for his exemplary performance and said that with the hard work of Chaudhry Akhtar and his team day and night an ideal educational complex has been built. He asked the children to make a name for themselves through their hard work and struggle. Inshallah, the children of the KORT will become the great people of the future who will take over the responsibilities of the important institutions of the country. While addressing the occasion Former Prime Minister State Azad Jammu & Kashmir Sardar Atiq Ahmad Khan said that the chairman of the KORT Chaudhry Akhtar, has done a valuable job in establishing this ideal institution for orphans. Caring for orphans and helpless children, arranging their food and accommodation, arranging their education, meeting their needs is a very good and rewarding deed.President Jammu Kashmir Salvation Movement Altaf Ahmed Bhat while addressing the occasion said that KORT is a miracle of Allah and Ch Akhtar is its craftsman. President J&KSM thanked the Speaker of the National Assembly Asad Qaiser for awarding the highest civil award of Pakistan to our leader Syed Ali Gilani and Abu G.- Chaudhry Muhammad Akhtar- of the children of the KORT, for which the entire Kashmiri nation thanks him. Altaf Ahmed Bhat said that people living in Srinagar, Jammu, Ladakh, Poonch, Baramulla and the whole of Occupied Jammu and Kashmir, Ladakh have high expectations from Pakistan. The oppressed but brave mothers and sisters of Occupied Kashmir are with the Pakistani people in the same way as the sisters have expectations from their own brothers and mothers from their own sons.