Sardar Abdul Qayyum Khan - 1924-2015 - played a leading role in the inception of the Poonch revolt against Kashmir's maharaja in the summer of 1947, and has been critical of the tribal fighters who fought (nominally at least) on the same side. He was later at various times both president and prime minister of Azad Jammu and Kashmir (that is, Pakistan Kashmir) as well as a longstanding leader of the Muslim Conference. He was noted for taking a robustly independent line on the Kashmir conflict.
In this interview, he starts by talking abut the then current situation in Kashmir before turning to the events of late 1947 and his actions to limit the marauding of armed Mahsoud fighters.
Several years earlier, in 1997, I spoke to Sardar Abdul Qayyum Khan at greater length about Kashmir in 1947 and the audio of that interview will be posted here in due course.