GPKSC calls for youth’s role to thwart Modi’s anti-Kashmir ‘sinister plan’

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The Chairman of Britain-based Kashmiris International-fame rights outfit – Global Pakistan Kashmir Supreme Council (GPKSC) Raja Sikander Khan Monday called upon young generation, scholars and researchers to foil India’s ‘nefarious designs’ in IIOJK through the best of their abilities and literary skills at all fronts.
Sikandar, who is currently on official visit of Pakistan and Azad Jammu Kashmir, was talking to a delegation of the students of various faculties of the state-run Mirpur University of Science an Technol-ogy (MUST) to discuss the current fast deteriorating situation of the bleeding vale of the Indian Illegally occupied Jammu Kashmir, where the occupational forces have let worst reign of state terrorism and violence against the innocent freedom monger peo-ple of the internationally acknowledged disputed occupied State.
GPKSC Chairman said that India was particu-larly targeting the youth who were raising voice against the inhuman atrocities being committed by the Indian forces in the valley to perpetuate its ille-gitimate occupation.
“The youth are being killed in fake encounters and crack downs rendering them blind using pellet guns while a large number of them have been ar-rested and put behind bars and the torture cells”, he underlined.
Raja Sikander Khan said that the youths could play active role to highlight the Kashmir issue at international front to muster the sympathies of the external world for Kashmiris just and principled stance for securing the legitimate right to self de-termination. He called youth to foil India’s ‘evil designs’ in IIOJK. Pakistani and Kashmiri youth need to promptly rise up to foil Modi’s “nefarious plan” and frustrate India on political, diplomatic and media fronts, he urged.
Chairman also said that youth are to do on our own what we can to get freedom. Youth could raise pres-sure on the world community and most particularly upon the United Nations to resolve the Kashmir issue by turning Kashmiris just and principled struggle for freedom into an international move-ment.

Meanwhile, United Kingdom-based Kashmiris rights outfit the Global Pak Kashmir Supreme Council’s (GPKSC) Chairman Raja Sikander Khan here Thursday expressed deep sense of shock and grief over the sudden and sad demise of eminent UK-based Kashmiri human rights activist and Kashmir freedom struggle leader Raja Mohammad Eshaq Khan, who died after brief illness in the United Kingdom.
In a message of condolence released the media here Thursday evening.—APP

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