Islamabad: Former diplomats, APHC AJK leaders, representatives of different think tanks and academics urged the United Nations to play its respective role to avoid any nuclear clash between Pakistan and India over Kashmir. Kashmir is passing through the worse situation of its history and if genocide of Kashmiri people continues there are certain chances of nuclear war in subcontinent. United Nations, OIC, European Union and Human rights organizations should steps up and abandoned India from human rights violations against innocent’s civilian in Indian controlled Kashmir. United Nations should immediately announce Fact Finding Mission for Jammu and Kashmir and urge India to halt all Draconian laws in Kashmir. Speakers demanded International Red Crescent society relief operations in Indian Kashmir.
This was stated by the speakers in seminar having title “Human Rights violations in Occupied Kashmir: Role and Responsibility of International community.” jointly organized by the Kashmir Post International (KPI) and Institute of Peace and Diplomatic Studies (IDPS) here at Islamabad Club on Wednesday. Ms. Farhat Asif president IDPS conducted the seminar while Kashmir Post International team showed a documentary presenting the recent atrocities of Indian forces in Jammu and Kashmir.
In his inaugural address chief executive Kashmir Post International Altaf Ahmad Baht thanked the guests of different diplomatic missions from Arab and western countries who took parted in the seminar. Highlighting the Indian atrocities Altaf Ahmad baht shared that in last 20 days over 60 innocent kashmiri have been killed and more than 2000 were injured till the date, among them are about 200 who have deprived form their eyesight through the brutal pellet guns shots used by Indian Forces. He appealed the United Nations permanent members to step up and press India to stop using force against unarmed kashmiris.
Former Pakistan High commissioner to India Salman Bashir said time has come and international community will have to take immediate actions to resolve decade old dispute of Jammu and Kashmir. Kashmiri people have been deprived from basic health facilities and it is the responsibility of United Nations to send Red Crescent medical mission as early as possible.
APHC AJK Leader Syed Faiz Naqasbandi threw lights on international law regarding the conflict affected areas across the world. He said it was India who took the case to UN General Assembly and accepted the right of self determination of people of Jammu and Kashmir through Plebiscite to decide their future. However, India later backed out of that commitment and constantly violating the UN’s resolutions.
chief Editor Kashmir Media Service( KMS) sheikh Tajmul Islam, Former chief Justice® Ali Nawaz Chohan, Dr, Muhammad Khan Former Head NDU International relations, Dr Ishtyaq from Quaid Azam University and Muzmal Thokar also spoke on the occasion.
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