‘Intl community must play its role to settle K-dispute’
NISAR AHMED THOKAR
Islamabad, Jan 26: Prime Minister of Pakistan administered Kashmir (PaK) Chudhary Abdul Majeed has said that the international community should discharge its legal and moral obligations regarding the settlement of the long-pending Kashmir dispute to ensure durable peace in South Asia.
Addressing a rally organised by All Parties Hurriyat Conference (APHC-M), Chudhary expressed complete solidarity with the people of Jammu and Kashmir and reiterated his government’s full support to Kashmiris’ peaceful struggle for right to self-determination.
Terming right to self-determination as an inalienable and non-negotiable right of Kashmiris, he said that the international community should intervene and exert its pressure on India to implement the relevant UN resolutions on Kashmir to get the dispute resolved as per the aspirations of Kashmiri people. He also hailed Dr Ghulam Nabi Fai’s role and said that the KAC chief was an ambassador of peace who had projected Kashmir cause at international level.
Of those who spoke on the occasion included, Sardar Khalid Ibraheem Khan the president of Peoples Party (PaK), Sardar Sageer Chughtai of Muslim Conference, JI leader Noor-Ul-Bari, APHC Convener Mehmood Ahmed Saghar, Ghulam Muhammad Safi, Muhammad Farooq Rehmani and several others.
Later the protesters marched to UNMOGIP office where Hurriyat representatives and PaK premier presented a memorandum to the UN officials seeking the highest body’s role to resolve Kashmir issue.
Meanwhile, similar rallies were held in Muzaffarabad, Mirpore and other district headquarters of PaK.
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