APKC condemns ‘genocide’ of Kashmiris
GHULAM ULLAH KIYANI
RAWALPINDI: Condemning, what it called, the “genocide” of Kashmiris, the All Parties Kashmir Committee for Right to Self-determination on Monday said that no process of talks would be acceptable without the involvement of Kashmiris.
Chairing a seminar organized by the APKC at Press Club, Rawalpindi, the patron of Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front patron Amanullah Khan said, “India and Pakistan cannot keep Kashmiris out.”
The speakers on the occasion said the killings and talks could not go together. “No process of talks in which Kashmiris are not involved is acceptable.”
Expressing serious concern over, what they called, the politics of power and privileges, the speakers said, “The unity should only be forged between the pro-freedom parties and leaders and not with those using the movement for their own interests.”
The seminar was attended by the representatives of Jama’at-e-Islami, Liberation League, Freedom Movement, Muslim Conference and other organizations.
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