JI concerned over world’s silence on IOK situation


Staff Reporter


Jamaat-e-Islami chief Senator Sirajul Haq has expressed concerns over silence of international organizations on gross human rights violations in occupied Kashmir. Talking to a delegation of Network for Human Rights and Justice, he said the so-called world champions of human rights were badly exposed on the matter of Kashmir.
The delegation led by the Network coordinator Rizwan Akram called on him at JI headquarters Mansoora on Tuesday. ‘Why the international champions of democracy and human rights are showing helplessness over Kashmir crisis?’ questioned Siraj. He added Muslims genocide continued in different parts of the world under a planned agenda but international community including the rulers of Islamic world did nothing to provide them justice against the violence and torture being unleashed on them by the brutal forces. He said the peace in the world could not be achieved if the injustice continued without any check.
The JI leader said the Kashmir dispute had put in dangers the entire south Asia peace due to India’s stubbornness. He said the people of Kashmir were deprived of their basic rights under Indian occupation for more than seven decades but New Delhi unleashed a new wave of terror in the held region since August 5.
He called for dispatching quick aid to the people of held valley who were under a curfew and worst communication blockade for more than 40 days. He demanded the Pakistani government to take practical steps in support of the Kashmiri masses.

Previous articleHot, dry weather forecast
Next articleKP cabinet approves Khasadar, Levies forces merger into police