ISLAMABAD: Ameer-e-Jamaat-e-Islami Siraj-ul-Haq on Thursday said that the whole Pakistani nation was on the same page regarding Kashmir dispute and every Pakistani fully supported the Kashmir freedom movement.
Addressing a Kashmir Bachao March in Islamabad, he said India, under Narendra Modi, was hell bent to subjugate rights of the minorities and people of the Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir.
He said Modi would not succeed in his nefarious designs to silence Kashmiris’ voice. He said that Indian illegal and unilateral action on 5th of August was also a threat for Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and other regional countries.
Women participating in the march, said that they were with Kashmiri brethren in this critical hour, Radip Pakistan reported.
They appreciated the speech delivered by Prime Minister Imran Khan at United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) session highlighting the Kashmir issue.
Int’l community asked to put pressure on India for resolving Kashmir dispute
Pakistan High Commissioner in Britain Mohammad Nafees Zakariya has urged the international community to pressurize India to implement the UN Security Council resolutions on Kashmir for peace and prosperity in the region.
He said this during a conference on Kashmir organized by Jammu and Kashmir Self-Determination Movement International in London.
Other speakers on the occasion also urged India to stop massive violations of human rights, bring an end to the lockdown and curfew, in order to restore fundamental human rights in occupied Kashmir.
On Oct 14, Prime Minister Azad Jammu and Kashmir Raja Farooq Haider Khan had said under a well thought out conspiracy, India was creating a war-like situation on the ceasefire line (CFL) to divert the world attention from its massive human rights violations in the occupied valley.
“Indian cowardly acts are increasing at ceasefire line with each passing day and such jingoism poses a serious threat to peace of the region,” Farooq Haider had said while visiting the combined military headquarters (CMH) Muzaffarabad and inquired about the health of those injured by Indian unprovoked firing in Neelum Valley and other sectors and distributed cheques among them.