Rawalpindi, Jan 29 (KMS): Chairperson Peace and Cultural Organisation Mushaal Malick said that Indian forces have failed to suppress the freedom struggle of Kashmiri people despite inhuman atrocities.
The patience of the Kashmiri people have exposed true face of India before the whole world and that day is not for away when the Kashmiri people will win their right to the self determination, she said.
Mushaal Malick said this while inaugurating a photo exhibition organised in connection with Kashmir Solidarity Day at the Punjab Arts Council Rawalpindi here on Tuesday. »

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Lahore, Jan 29 (KMS): Punjab Governor Chaudhry Mohammad Sarwar has written a letter to 751 members of the European Parliament (EU), including its vice-president, regarding Indian atrocities on Kashmiris and controversial Citizenship (Amendment) Act against the Muslims of India.
He has also mentioned the violations of seven conventions of United Nations and other international organisations by India. The governor in the letter also demanded of the European Parliament to play its role by approving a resolution against India on January 30, 2020.Punjab Governor Chaudhry Muhammad Sarwar said that despite war hysteria by India, Pakistan under the leadership of Prime Minister Imran Khan was advocating for peace. »

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Islamabad, Jan 29 (KMS): A photo exhibition depicting the brutalities faced by the people of Indian occupied Kashmir at the hands of Indian forces was displayed here at national art gallery of PNCA.In the wake of marking Kashmir Solidarity Day on February 5, Pakistan National Council of the Arts (PNCA) Tuesday arranged the exhibition to unveil the inhumane action and brutality of Indian forces in held Kashmir.

The exhibition was aimed at portraying unanimity with the Kashmiri people and highlight the miseries and catastrophic life being lived by Kashmiris under the communication blackout that has been imposed by Indian fascist government since August last year.It also intended to mobilize the international community to play its due role to provide future to the Kashmiri people. »

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Islamabad, Jan 28 (KMS): Minister for Kashmir Affairs and Gilgit-Baltistan Ali Amin Gandapur reiterated his pledge to observe the Kashmir solidarity day in befitting manner.
Every Pakistani should stand with Kashmiri brethren on February 5 and pay tribute to the Kashmiri people who got martyred in their just freedom struggle, he said this while chairing a meeting, here, to review the arrangements for Kashmir Solidarity Day. »

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Islamabad, Jan 28 (KMS): Kashmiri artists exposed the cunning face of Indian Spying Agency, RAW, and highlighted its clandestine activities in Azad Jammu and Kashmir and different areas of Pakistan in a play ‘PAKISTAN KA BETA’ staged here at PNCA auditorium.
The play, being arranged by PNCA in connection with Kashmir Solidary Day (Feb, 5) is written by Ishtiaq Aatish was first staged in 1988 in Liaquat Memorial Hall, Rawalpindi.
The artists skillfully presented the network of RAW and their missions in Pakistan and how they try to take advantage of frustrated youth and using them to tarnish the social fabric.
To achieve this purpose, how they create differences between different communities and mobilizing them to fight with each other. »

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Peshawar, Jan 28 (KMS): The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government has decided to mark 5th February 2020 — Kashmir Solidarity Day — in a befitting manner to show full commitment to the Kashmir cause.
Photos exhibitions will be arranged at art galleries and art councils to highlight the struggle of Kashmiris. Documentaries on the Kashmir cause will be screened, especially focusing on the violations of human rights in the Occupied Kashmir, said an official handout.

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Islamabad, Jan 25 (KMS): Senior counsel Mohammad Akram Sheikh suggested to the federal government to refer to the International Court of Justice (ICJ) the matter of violation of human rights and lockdown of eight million Kashmiri people by Indian forces in occupied Kashmir in the wake of the top UN court’s landmark verdict against the Myanmar government in a case related to Rohingya Muslims’ genocide.
In a statement issued from The Hague, Netherlands, Advocate Sheikh asked the government to request the ICJ to examine atrocities being committed by the Indian government and its security forces in its advisory jurisdiction and consider whether Article 2 of the “Declaration on the Granting of Independence to Colonial Countries and Peoples (General Assembly resolution 1514 (XV)), known also as the Declaration on Decolonisation, stands achieved. »

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Davos, Jan 25 (KMS): Prime Minister Imran Khan on Friday again warned the world of the danger of an allout war in Indian-Occupied Jammu and Kashmir region.
In an interview with the BBC on Friday, he said, “If something goes wrong, it will have implications far beyond the subcontinent. India is going the wrong way and it is my duty to inform a forum that was set up after World War II to prevent a war from happening anywhere. Elsewhere, there is no danger of war like in Kashmir.” Imran Khan said that this is not just about Kashmir but around 20 million Muslims are in danger of being declared illegal due to two laws of the Citizenship and Registration Act in India. The prime minister said that India has violated the UN resolutions and the Shimla Agreement, adding that over 8 million innocent Kashmiris were under siege since August 5. »

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Davos, Jan 24 (KMS): Prime Minister Imran Khan has once again called upon US President Donald Trump and the United Nations to intervene for resolution of outstanding Kashmir dispute.
In an interview with CNBC, he said that Kashmir is a far more serious problem than the people and the world realise.
Khan said that India has been taken over by an “extremist” ideology which is called Hindutva or the RSS.
He said Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is a life member of this outfit.
Referring to the situation in Indian-occupied Kashmir, the prime minister said 8mn people have been put under siege there since August 5 last year. »

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Speakers strongly condemn Indian atrocities in IOK

London, January 24 (KMS): Speakers at a seminar held in the UK Parliament have expressed concern over the prevailing humanitarian crisis in occupied Kashmir.

As the India-imposed siege of occupied Kashmir crossed 170 days, the seminar was held in the House of Lords in London to discuss the human rights violation being perpetrated by Indian troops in the territory.

Baroness Helena Kennedy QC, Director of the International Bar Association’s Human Rights Institute, hosted the seminar. »

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