London, July 27 (KMS): The Chairman of South Asia Centre For Peace and Human Rights, Professor Nazir Ahmed Shawl, and the Chairman of International Commission for Human Rights, Barrister Abdul Majeed Tramboo have welcomed the speech made by the Chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf, Imran Khan, which envisions a scenario of hope and deliverance.

Professor Nazir Ahmed Shawl and Barrister Abdul Majeed Tramboo in a letter addressed to Imran Khan apprised him of the Kashmir dispute including gross human rights violations by Indian troops in occupied Kashmir.

They felicitated him for the overwhelming trust reposed in his leadership by the people of Pakistan and said remembering the suffering people of Kashmir in his speech has generated hope in Kashmiris’ hearts. “Indeed, you have rightly cautioned India to create an environment for a pragmatic engagement and begin the process of demilitarisation in Kashmir,” they added.

Professor Shawl and Barrister Tramboo said that more than one hundred thousand men, women and children have been martyred in the occupied territory and regrettably the killings continue on daily basis. Frequent use of pellet shotguns has created bloom of dead eyes and innocence has been ravaged in the shape of an angel-like eight-year-old child, Asifa Bano (who was raped, gang-raped and murdered), they wrote.

Professor Shawl and Barrister Tramboo in their letter wrote, “Undoubtedly, Kashmiris will be overwhelmed to receive your assurance that the sacrifices of our martyrs for freedom and self-determination will not be overlooked in the shaping of your upcoming Government’s policy on Kashmir.”

They said that the international diplomacy including diplomacy through Non-Governmental Organisations should be reinforced that would lead to prepare the ground for serious and time-bound negotiations among India, Pakistan and the genuine leadership of Kashmir.

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