Islamabad, October 09 (KMS): Speaker National Assembly, Asad Qaiser, has said that Pakistan’s support to the Kashmir cause on every regional and international forum will continue till the resolution of the Kashmir dispute in accordance with the Kashmiris’ aspirations.

Addressing the 15th anniversary of the establishment of Kashmir Orphan Relief Trust (KORT) in Mirpur, Azad Jammu and Kashmir, on Friday, he resolved to utilize all possible channels to highlight and sensitize the world about atrocities being committed on innocent Kashmiri people in Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir. He said the Indian brutalities will not last longer and the people of Kashmir will soon get their basic right of self-determination. »

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Islamabad, October 05 (KMS): President Azad Jammu and Kashmir Sardar Masood Khan Sunday said India could not suppress Kashmiris struggle for liberation with use of force. Addressing the launching ceremony of ‘La Makan’ book, he said Kashmiris struggle for independence had been gaining momentum with each passing day.

‘La Makan’ was a poetry book, written by Chairperson of Friends of Kashmir International’s United States chapter Ghazala Habib. »

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Islamabad, Oct 01 (KMS): India is moving away from United Nations resolutions but International humanitarian law is still applicable under present circumstances of Kashmir conflict, said experts at a webinar hosted by Legal Forum for Kashmir (LFOVK).

An associate professor from LUMS and International law expert, Dr Sikandar Ahmed Shah, said that Kashmiri armed rebels are combatants and are fighting for the right of self-determination of Kashmir which has been under illegal occupation since 1947. »

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Islamabad, September 06 (KMS): The All Parties Hurriyet Conference Azad Kashmir (APHC-AJK) chapter has paid glowing tributes to the martyrs of September 6, 1965 saying these martyrs laid their lives for a greater cause and their bravery and courage is part of the glorious chapter of Pakistan’s history.

The APHC-AJK organized a seminar in Islamabad to remember the martyrs on Pakistan’s Defense Day, today. The event was chaired by Mustafa Mohammad Hussain Khateeb.

The speakers on the occasion thanked Pakistan for its moral, political, diplomatic and political support to the Kashmir cause and prayed for the prosperity and stability of Pakistan. They said strong Pakistan is the guarantee to the freedom of Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir. »

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Islamabad, August 22 (KMS): President of Azad Jammu and Kashmir Sardar Masood Khan has said Pakistan is incomplete without Kashmir.

Addressing a seminar organised here by the Islamic Research Institute at the International Islamic University, he also said the residents of Indian-held Kashmir were being swamped by non-natives and looters through Modi government’s illegal settlement plan.

The AJK president urged academia to use research and technology to fight for the Kashmir cause. »

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Islamabad, July 17 (KMS): Speakers at a live webinar have said that the India’s nefarious design aimed at bringing material change in the region will have devastating impact on political, economic and cultural identity of the Kashmiri people.

The webinar titled “Demographic Changes in Indian occupied Kashmir & Its impact on Indigenous Population” was hosted by the Kashmir Institute of International Relations (KIIR).

It was attended and addressed by Ambassador (Retd) Zamir Akram, Andrew Gwynne, Prof. Mehmut Sukru Guzel, Mirza Saaib Beg, Syed Waqas Ali Kausar, Endre Barcs and others. The event was moderated by the KIIR Chairman, Altaf Hussain Wani. »

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London/Islamabad, July 14 (KMS): A function in connection with Kashmir Martyrs’ Day was organized by Tehreek-e-Kashmir UK to pay homage to the martyrs of July 13, 1931 who were martyred by the soldiers of Dogra Maharaja in Srinagar 89 years ago.

Chairman of Public Accounts Committee of AJK Assembly, Abdul Rasheed Turabi was the chief guest while President of Jammu Kashmir Salvation Movement Altaf Ahmed Butt attended the conference as Guest of Honor. The conference was chaired by President TeK UK Fahim Kayani. Fahim Kayani welcomed all the participants, and paid tribute to the martyrs of 13 July 1931.

Altaf Ahmed Butt during his address appreciated Raja Fahim Kayani’s continuous efforts for the Kashmir cause. He said that being a founder member of Kashmir freedom movement “we have witnessed that due to little misunderstandings we have lost hundreds of brave freedom seekers of Kashmir.” »

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New York, July 03 (KMS): The US Democratic Party has assured Pakistani-American community activists that the party’s presidential nominee, Joe Biden, if elected, would contribute in promoting equitable solutions to the outstanding issues of Kashmir and Palestine as well as the growing discrimination against Muslims in India.

The assurance was given by Tom Perez, chairman of the Democratic National Committee, Tom Perez gave the assurances in a virtual meeting arranged by the American-Pakistani Public Affairs Committee (APPAC) with the Biden presidential campaign. »

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London/Brussels; April 28 (KMS): Participants of COVID-19 Kashmir Women’s Conference have said that India is using COVID-19 pandemic as a cover to continue its brutal attacks on the Kashmiri people while Kashmiri women are bearing the brunt of New Delhi’s unlawful occupation of the territory.

The conference was organized by Kashmir Women’s Movement (KWM) and Organisation of Kashmir Coalition (OKC) via video link, and it was attended by politicians, lawyers, human rights defenders, academics and jurists.

A joint statement issued on the occasion said that Kashmiri women and girls were bearing the brunt of the India’s unlawful occupation in spite of the UN Secretary General’s call for a ceasefire. The participants maintained that as the world was engaged in containing the spread of the pandemic, India continued its attacks against the innocent people of Kashmir in breach of International Law. »

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New Delhi, April 03 (KMS): A Public Interest Litigation (PIL) has been filed in the Indian Supreme Court, seeking directives to the authorities of India and occupied Kashmir to restore 4G internet speed in the territory in view of prevailing COVID-19 pandemic.

The plea, filed through ‘Foundation for Media Professionals’, has assailed an order of the administration of occupied Kashmir issued on March 26, by which internet speed has been restricted to 2G only in the Valley.


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