OIC should play role to save Kashmir: Shehryar

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Staff Reporter
Islamabad

Chairman Kashmir Committee Shehryar Khan Afridi on Sunday urged the OIC-IPHRC to act immediately to help save the suffering humanity in Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK) before it is too late as Indian genocide against Kashmiri people is touching new highs.

Addressing a special meeting of the Committee held to brief the visiting IPHRC delegation, he said, “I fear there would be no Kashmir to save in two year’s time if Indian demographic terrorism is not stopped as the Illegally Occupied regime in Jammu and Kashmir is fast changing the demography of the Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK).”

Welcoming the delegates of the OIC, Shehryar Afridi expressed gratitude to the delegation for heeding to the wails of Kashmiri mothers and daughters mourning their martyrs.

He said that the United Nations was formed after failure the League of the Nations, had been unable to resolve the issues faced by the humanity.

He deplored the fact that the United Nations is also failing to resolve the issues like Kashmir and Palestine.

The Chairman Kashmir Committee said that the humanity is bleeding in Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK) but the prosperous world is a silent spectator.

He said demographic changes are taking place in the IIOJK and 4.1 million new domiciles have been issued to non-Kashmiris brought from mainland India which is a violation of the Indian constitution.

Afridi said that the Indian regime is implementing genocide tools and is not providing medical facilities to the freedom loving Kashmiris jailed.

He said that illegally occupational regime of India is violating the basic rights of freedom of speech and any Kashmiri who writes anything on digital media, is pushed behind bars under notorious UAPA laws.

He said while humanity is bleeding in the IIOJK, festivity, development and freedom are the order of the day.

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