Massive Kashmir struggle must reflect in current UNGA session: Shah


srinagar—In occupied Kashmir, the illegally detained Chairman of Jammu and Kashmir Democratic Freedom Party (DFP), Shabbir Ahmad Shah has reiterated his appeal to the world leadership to press for honorable solution to grave situation in Kashmir during the 71st UN General Assembly session. He urged the Kashmiri people across world to organise rallies and seminars during the speeches of Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and Indian representatives.
Shabbir Ahmad Shah in a statement issued in Srinagar said that Kashmiris had pinned great hopes on Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif that he would aware the world about the bloodbath carried out by India in the occupied territory and persuade the world community to take immediate steps in this regard.
He said with the beginning of the speeches of Indian representatives on September 22, the well-wishers of Kashmiris should register strong protests outside the UN to aware the world about the grave human rights violations committed by India in occupied Kashmir for last 70 years particularly during the last more than 70 days wherein innocent civilians were killed, maimed and blinded by the use of lethal pellet guns and more than 12000 injured.
“We must also remind the UN to fulfill its promise of conducting a referendum in the disputed territory. Also, the OIC must move beyond passing of resolutions and pressurize India and world community to resolve the Kashmir,” he said.
Appealing people not to lose hope, Shabbir Ahmad Shah said, “Our cries are being heard across the globe and the need of the hour is to remain steadfast and continue protests. We are well aware of the sacrifices rendered by every section of society. Now, during the ongoing UN session, we must infuse a new spirit in the freedom movement.—KMS