PaK Kashmiris observe 'Black Day'
NISAR AHMED THOKAR
Islamabad, Jan 26: The All Parties Hurriyat Conference (M) Pakistan chapter on Tuesday staged a protest demonstration to mark India’s Republic Day as black day.
Protest demonstrations, rallies and seminars were held in Pakistan and its administered part of Kashmir.
A sit-in demonstration was staged in front of UNMOGIP office here by the conglomerate.
Besides, the Hurriyat convener Mehmood Ahmed Saghar, all representatives of both executive as well as the members of general council participated in the protests.
The speakers sought pro-active role of the international community in resolving Kashmir dispute.
Referring to the issues of human rights violations, they said that killings of innocent civilians, enforced disappearances and mass graves have exposed India.
Urging world community to take cognizance of the issue, they stressed the need for resumption of dialogue process between the two neighboring states in order to resolve all outstanding issues including the core issue of Kashmir.
Later a memorandum was also presented to the UNMOGIP officials.
Highlighting the plight of Kashmiris, the memorandum urged the UN to discharge its obligations by creating a conducive atmosphere for the implementation of relevant UNSC resolutions on Kashmir.
To mark the day, a seminar was also held at press club Muzaffarabad.
Organized by APHC-(G) AJK chapter, the seminar was attended by all constituent members of the amalgam and representatives of various political, religious as well as the members of civil society.
Speaking on the occasion, speakers while criticizing India’s hegemonic designs said “it has never been sincere in resolving Kashmir dispute.”
Terming the UN road map as the most viable solution of Kashmir tangle, they urged the highest body to implement the relevant resolutions so as to resolve the dispute amicably.
Later a rally led by the APHC convener Ghulam Muhammad Safi marched towards the UNMOGIP Office.
Shouting pro-freedom slogans the demonstrators urged the world body to play its due role to settle the unresolved Kashmir dispute.
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