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December 11, 2019

Rallies back Kashmiris on Human Rights Day in Punjab cities

National

 
December 11, 2019

FAISALABAD: The district administration with the cooperation of the District Education Authority took out a rally to mark the Human Rights Day here on Tuesday.

Deputy Commissioner Muhammad Ali led the rally while Education CEO Ali Ahmed Sian, AC City Zoha Shakir, officers, teachers, students and a large number of people from civil society participated in the rally.

The rally started from District Council Chowk and ended at Clock Tower Chowk after passing through Kutchehry Bazaar. The participants were holding banners and placards inscribed with different slogans in favour of Kashmiri brethren and against Indian brutalities.

Addressing the rally, the DC said the Human Rights Day was being observed as a solidarity with Kashmiris on the direction of government. He said the Indian forces were committing worst ever violations of human rights in the Indian Held Kashmir which had no example in past.

We strongly condemned the curfew clamped down in the Indian Held Kashmir by the Indian government since last four months, he said. The DC said that international community was playing the role of silent spectators on the Kashmir issue, which was a matter of great concern. He said that the UN should play its role for resolving the core issue of the Kashmir according to its resolutions.

SIALKOT: :The district administration staged a Kashmir solidarity walk to mark the Human Rights Day here on Tuesday. The walk led by Deputy Commissioner Dr Nasir Bashir Mehmood started from Allama Iqbal Chowk and concluded at Kutchehry Chowk.

The participants were carrying banners and placards inscribed with slogans against Indian atrocities in the Indian Held Kashmir. They were also holding national and AJK flags. They strongly condemned the human rights violations in the Indian Held Kashmir.

They said that freedom was the basic right of people of the Indian Held Kashmir and no one could deny this fact. They expressed complete solidarity with the oppressed people of the Indian Held Kashmir.

MULTAN: Hundreds of students of the Bahauddin Zakariya University (BZU) took out a rally on Tuesday to express solidarity with the innocent people of the Indian Held Kashmir.

The rally was led by Deputy Director Students Affairs Tahir Mehmood while a large number of students from various departments also participated in the rally. The rally participants were carrying banners and placards inscribed with slogans for provision of rights to Kashmiris. The rally participants condemned atrocities against innocent people by the Indian forces.

They expressed their resolve that Pakistan would continue to extend moral, diplomatic and political support to the people of the Indian Held Kashmir for their right to self-determination. They also demanded the international community take notice of the atrocities and rights violations in the occupied valley.

APP ADDS FROM SARGODHA: The Indian aggression in the Kashmir Valley was a big challenge for the international community and all organisations concerned should play their positive role for independence of the Kashmiris.

This was the main theme of a seminar organised by the Social Welfare Department, observed in connection with the Human Rights Day here at District Council Hall on Tuesday. Addressing the seminar, Additional Deputy Commissioner General Bilal Feroz said Indian aggression in the Indian Held Kashmir had deprived the Kashmiris with their due rights.

The children’s rights were also being usurped in the Indian Held Kashmir and they were unable to attend their educational institutions, he said. The people belonging to all walks of life, including educational experts, students of Sargodha University and officials of District Council, participated in the seminar.

The participants were of the view that the whole nation would continue its struggle for independence of the Kashmir at all diplomatic forums.

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