Speakers of COVID-19 Kashmir media conference highlight miseries of IOK people

London/Brussels, May 23 (KMS): Organisation of Kashmir Coalition (OKC) convened a virtual conference on COVID-19 KASHMIR MEDIA CONFERENCE in which galaxy of international journalists and academics/jurists participated.

The keynote speaker of the conference, Dr Moeed Yusuf, Special Assistant to the Prime Minister of Pakistan on National Security Division and Strategic Planning, in his presentation highlighted that “the global media needs to view India afresh by recognising the fascist ideology being promoted by the ruling BJP against Muslims and especially Kashmiris”. He noted that not since Hitler had fascism posed such a serious threat to regional and global peace.

Dr Moeed Yusuf reiterated Pakistan’s position that UN Security Council resolutions are the only mechanism to solve the Kashmir conflict and India should reverse its 5 August 2019 unlawful actions before any substantive and meaningful dialogue is possible. He warned the international community against the high likelihood of India using a false flag operation to justify its expansionist designs by initiating military action against Pakistan which is evident from the belligerent statements by the Indian leaders in an attempt to externalise the problems it has created in Kashmir. »

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Muzaffarabad, Dec 14 (KMS): The Prime Minister of Azad Jammu and Kashmir Raja Farooq Haider Khan has termed the state of Jammu and Kashmir irrevocable unit and said that India can’t swallow it at any cost while the Kashmiri people will decide their future through plebiscite as envisaged in UN charter.
He was addressing the AJK Legislative Assembly session here on Friday.
He also asked the government of Pakistan to back out from Shimla agreement and said that India has broke the accord itself after abrogating article 370 on August 5 and now the government of Pakistan should take move in the National Assembly and get out from Shimla accord and saying that the government of Pakistan has to decide that whether Kashmir issue was core issue for Pakistan or not, he added. »

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Tokyo, October 23 (KMS): President Dr Arif Alvi has said that South Asia cannot have lasting peace without amicable resolution of the Kashmir dispute.

Addressing dinner hosted by Emperor of Japan in Tokyo on Tuesday, he emphasized that right to self-determination was the fundamental right of the people of Kashmir and it could not be suppressed by use of force.

Later, Dr Arif Alvi also had a talk with Afghan President, Ashraf Ghani, about Kashmir and peace in Afghanistan.

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“I stand here at this forum of world leaders where we have a chance to discuss the problems the world is facing.

I especially came to this forum despite a difficult time in my country; facing challenges… I would not have come had there not been a very urgent problem that the world must address.

1st let me talk about climate change; I have seen a lot of leaders talk about this. But I don’t see world leaders really realizing the urgency of the situation. We have a lot of ideas; but as they say, ideas without funding is mere hallucination.

Pakistan is among the top 10 nations in the world affected by climate change. We depend on our rivers, we are mainly an agricultural country. 80 percent of our water comes from the glaciers and these are melting at an alarming pace. »

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New York, Sept 26 (KMS): US President Donald Trump said Wednesday he encouraged India and Pakistan to work out their differences in separate meetings with their prime ministers this week.
“I said, ‘Fellas, work it out. Just work it out,'” Trump told a news conference after attending the UN General Assembly.
“Those are two nuclear countries. They’ve gotta work it out,” he said.
Tensions have soared this year between India and Pakistan, which have fought three full-fledged wars, two over the divided Himalayan territory of Indian-occupied Kashmir. »

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Islamabad, August 14 (KMS): Drawing parallels between Hitler’s Nazi regime and India’s RSS, of which Narendra Modi is a lifelong member, the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Imran Khan has said the Indian PM has done a blunder by depriving occupied Kashmir of its special status, stressing that he will become ambassador of the Kashmiri people and raise the Kashmir dispute at every forum.

PM Imran Khan while addressing a special session of the Azad Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Assembly today in Muzaffarabad said New Delhi has internationalized the issue of Kashmir with its latest move which has also drawn international community’s attention. Imran Khan was in AJK capital as part of the govt’s decision to observe this year’s Independence Day in solidarity with Kashmiris in light of India’s move to annex the occupied territory. »

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Muzaffarabad, August 14 (KMS): Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that the whole Pakistani nation stood by their Kashmiri brethren in the most difficult time and Pakistan would keep up extending moral, diplomatic and political support to them.

The Prime Minister stated this during a meeting with prominent leaders of AJK and Hurriyat Conference in Muzaffarabad. He said Pakistan would highlight the Kashmir cause at every international forum. »

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Washington, September 04 (KMS): Dr Ghulam Nabi Mir, President of World Kashmir Awareness Forum, has expressed his anguish and grief over the continued killing by Indian forces in occupied Kashmir.

Dr Ghulam Nabi Mir said this while speaking on the subject of “Kashmir: Tale of Subjugation & Resistance” during the 55th Convention of Islamic Society of North America (ISNA) in Houston, Texas. »

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Islamabad, August 24 (KMS): Foreign Minister, Shah Mehmood Qureshi has said that Pakistan wants to improve ties with India and resolve all outstanding issues including the Kashmir dispute through talks.

Shah Mehmood Qureshi addressing media persons here said, “But it takes two to tango. You cannot clap with just one hand. We have a positive stance and will remain hopeful.”

He said the current position of the ties between Pakistan and India was not a secret as peace talks are suspended, but ‘we have to see how we can move forward.’ »

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Srinagar, December 24 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, Tehreek-e-Muzahamat Chairman Bilal Ahmed Sidiqui visited the family members of Tanveer Ahmed Butt and Ruby Jan in Shopian district.

Bilal Ahmed Sidiqui while talking to the family members of the martyrs in their native areas in the district said, “Our youth are sacrificing their precious lives for the sacred cause of freedom.” »

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