Human Rights situation in Kashmir matter of serious concern: Sardar Qayyum
NISAR A THOKAR
Rawalpindi, Sep 22: The former premier of Pakistani administered Kashmir and the supreme head of Muslim Conference Sardar Muhammad Abdul Quyyum Khan has said that the prevailing political and the human rights situation in Kashmir was a matter of great concern for the peace loving and pro-democratic forces around the globe.
Khan made these remarks during a meeting with Justice Foundation Chief Professor Nazir Ahmed Shawl, who called on him at Mujahid Manzil Rawalpindi on Thursday. Both the leaders discussed in detail the fast changing political scenario at international level and its impact on the ground situation in Kashmir.
Terming resolution of Kashmir imbroglio as essential for peace and prosperity in South Asia, both the leaders resolved that India and Pakistan should take bold initiatives to get the long drawn out dispute on Kashmir settled in accordance with Kashmiri peoples’ aspirations.
Talking to Greater Kashmir, Professor Shawl said that the former premier expressed serious concern over the recently uncovered mass graves in Kashmir and said the HR situation in the valley was a matter of concern for the people and the government of Pakistan and PaK. He said that peace loving and democratic people of the world should take effective cognizance of the human rights violations being inflicted on the people of Kashmir.
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