UN Secretary General urged to help stop Kashmiris’ genocide in IIOJK


Illegally detained senior leader of All Parties Hurriyat Conference, Nayeem Ahmad Khan, has urged the United Nations Secretary General, António Guterres, to help stop the killing of innocent Kashmiris and other human rights violations by Indian troops in Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir.

Nayeem Ahmad Khan in a message from New Delhi’s Tihar jail said the Kashmir dispute is a critical and a nuclear flashpoint in South Asia which should be resolved by meaningful talks involving Pakistan, India and genuine Kashmiri leadership.

He said the people of Kashmir are demanding their internationally-recognized right to self-determination and urged the Indian government to shun its rigid attitude on Kashmir and settle the lingering dispute according to the will of the Kashmiri people.

Meanwhile, APHC leader Chaudhry Shaheen Iqbal in his statement said the people of Kashmir are fighting against a big power and Pakistan is the only country which continuously supports them.

He said Kashmir is an internationally recognized dispute and Pakistan is playing an effective role in highlighting the Kashmir cause and the plight of the Kashmiri people at the international level.

He reacted strongly to the Indian Home Minister Amit Shah’s statement on Kashmir, in which he said that there would be talks with Kashmiris and not with Pakistan.
He termed Amit Shah’s statement as ridiculous and said Pakistan is an important party to the Kashmir dispute and the final solution to the dispute is impossible without the involvement of Pakistan.—KMS

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