In­ter­na­tional sem­i­nar de­plores world’s si­lence on Kash­mir Con­demns de­ten­tion of Mir­waiz, Gee­lani,

Pakistan Observer - - KASHMIR - STAFF REPORTER

JKLF chair­man ex­tended good wishes to the prime min­is­ter and prayed for his early re­cov­ery.

The JKLF Chair­man ex­pressed his heart­felt grief and sor­row over the sad demise of Ma­lik Muham­mad Shafi, the founder mem­ber of JKLF.

Mean­while, the JKLF in a state­ment is­sued in Srinagar de­nounced con­tin­ued de­ten­tion of Muham­mad Yasin Ma­lik at cen­tral Jail in Srinagar and po­lice raids on the res­i­dences of JKLF Zonal Pres­i­dent Noor Muham­mad Kal­wal and Zonal Or­ga­nizer Bashir Ah­mad Kash­miri and ha­rass­ment of the in­mates.— RK ISLAMABAD— The two- day In­ter­na­tional Kash­mir Sem­i­nar was inau­gu­rated in Islamabad, to­day, with a strong mes­sage to the in­ter­na­tional com­mu­nity that it can no longer stay as a mute spec­ta­tor to­wards the match­less strug­gle of the peo­ple of Kash­mir to achieve their in­alien­able right to self­de­ter­mi­na­tion.

The sem­i­nar has been or­ga­nized by the Mir­pur Univer­sity of Sci­ence and Tech­nol­ogy to de­lib­er­ate upon global di­men­sions of the Kash­mir dis­pute and cur­rent In­dian plans to sup­press the Kash­mir lib­er­a­tion move­ment.

The speak­ers said that Kash­mir was the old­est dis­pute pend­ing with the UN and the World Body had failed to im­ple­ment its res­o­lu­tions passed sev­eral decades ago on the is­sue. They said that set­tle­ment of the dis­pute in ac­cor­dance with the Kash­miris’ as­pi­ra­tions was im­per­a­tive for peace and se­cu­rity of South Asia. They ex­pressed se­ri­ous con­cern over In­dia’s plans to change the de­mo­graphic com­po­si­tion of oc­cu­pied Kash­mir. The speak­ers con­demned the con­tin­ued de­ten­tion of Hur­riyet lead­ers in­clud­ing Syed Ali Gi­lani, Mir­waiz Umar Fa­rooq and Muham­mad Yasin Ma­lik, and paid glow­ing trib­utes to the Kash­miri mar­tyrs.

The speak­ers in­cluded Pres­i­dent of Azad Jammu and Kash­mir, Sar­dar Muham­mad Yaqoob Khan, Raja Za­farul Haq, Sheikh Ta­jam­mul- ul- Is­lam, Dr Habibur Rehman, Dr Atia Anay­at­ul­lah, Dr Muham­mad Khan, Mushaal Mal­ick, Ab­dur Rasheed ter­ror­ism in oc­cu­pied Kash­mir mar­tyred twenty one Kash­miris in the last month of May. Dur­ing the pe­riod, 71 peo­ple were crit­i­cally in­jured when In­dian po­lice and para­mil­i­tary per­son­nel used brute Con­ven­tion of Is­lamic Cir­cle of North Amer­ica said that the Kash­miris were mas­ters of their own des­tiny and they would de­cide their po­lit­i­cal fu­ture by them­selves.

CHARHOI, AJK: Se­nior Min­is­ter Ch Muham­mad Yasin pray­ing af­ter lay­ing foun­da­tion stone of

Darkot Bala road.

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