Kashmiris worst sufferers at the hands of Indian occupation forces: KEA

Oslo—The President of Kashmir European Alliance (KEA), Sardar Pervez Mehmood, has said that the people of occupied Kashmir are suffering at the hands of Indian forces especially after the martyrdom of Hizb commander, Burhan Wani, on July 8, this year.
Sardar Pervez Mehmood in a statement issued in Oslo said that cold blooded murders, gang rapes of whole of villages by armed troops, disappearances of thousands of youth in broad daylight and not the least the horror of pellet guns blinding the youth, women and olds were just some of horrifying features of Indian misadventure in Kashmir.
He said that resolution of international conflicts must not be compromised against vested interests and must be put on top among all other agendas in all international summits. This important chapter must not be absent from the ethics and philosophy of international relations and diplomacy, he added.
The KEA President said, “Our planet is becoming a dangerous and insecure place with every passing day. This insecurity, fear and bloodshed call for resolving the long delayed conflicts including Kashmir dispute. World leaders and politicians should not fell to paranoia and better not to lose the right and genuine posture at humanitarian issues and human rights while facing the menace of terrorism. Instead, world need to strive for remedial measures and this also includes the resolution of world conflicts including Kashmir.”
He said that the power pillars must pay heed to sincere and honest intellectuals, diplomats and politicians. Subject is not complex at all to understand and get convinced and that is simply about justice delayed is justice denied, he maintained.
Sardar Pervez Mehmood said India’s ambitions of achieving Great Power status cannot be fully realised unless Kashmir dispute is resolved. India has adopted a complex and inhuman strategy to wear down Kashmiris’ resistance, he added.
He said Kashmiris need a rescue operation from UN through which it may become possible to give them an opportunity to decide their future according to their political will. He said Kashmir dispute needs urgent attention and must be settled without further delay.
He called upon the UN to respond to genuine and long-awaited demand to right to self-determination of Kashmiris so that permanent peace could be established in the region.—KMS

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