Kashmir dispute has become focus of world’s attention: Ali Raza

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The Chairman of Kashmir Council European Union, Ali Raza Syed, has said the Kashmir dispute has become a special focus of attention at the global level after Narendra Modi-led Indian fascist government’s illegal actions of August 05, 2019.

Ali Raza Syed was addressing a seminar at National University of Modern Languages (NUML) in Islamabad. “Although Kashmir has been an internationally recognized dispute for the past over seven decades, but after August 2019, this conflict has once again become the focus of the world’s special attention,” he said.

He said along with revoking Kashmir’s special status, India has changed the domicile law of IIOJK to bring people from Indian states to settle them in the territory. Work on this conspiracy has already started, he added.

Ali Raza Syed maintained that many political leaders of occupied Kashmir, human rights activists and journalists are imprisoned in jails of India and the territory and their lives are in danger.

He said that the Pakistan should formulate an effective strategy to stop India’s illegal actions in the occupied territory and expose India’s terrible face to the world.

Political analyst and university professor Tahir Nayeem Malik, international relations teacher and researcher Dr Syed Sibtain Shah, management sciences professor Dr Abdul Wahid and student leaders Ubaid Khan and Mansoor Qaisrani also addressed the seminar.—KMS

 

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