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AJK President seeks role of world community, rights bodies in resolution of Kashmir dispute

Islamabad, July 14 (KMS): President of Azad Jammu and Kashmir, Barrister Sultan Mehmood Chaudhry, has said that it is high for international community and human rights organizations to move ahead in a big way to help resolve the lingering Kashmir dispute.

The AJK President made these remarks while talking to a delegation comprising President of All Neighbors International (ANI), Iliyas Masih, Dr Joe Knight, Mike Crow, Lucas Bontergar and others who called him in Islamabad.

Barrister Sultan Mehmood Chaudhry while briefing the delegates about the latest situation in the Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir said, “fast deteriorating political and human rights situation in Kashmir merits urgent attention of the international community as well as the rights organizations that have been working for peace and humanity.”

“It is imperative that the rights watchdogs should play a lead role in exposing Indian brutalities in Kashmir,” he said, adding that there was a dire need that the world’s influential governments should impress upon India to allow a fact-finding mission to visit IIOJK to take stock of the situation.

Speaking on the occasion, Ilyas Masih, the head of the delegation, and Dr Joe Knight assured the AJK President that the ANI would continue to play its role in promoting peace and brotherhood across the globe. They said that mutual respect and tolerance were key to resolve disputes.

Dr Joe Knight also presented his book to Barrister Sultan Mehmood Chaudhry whereas the members of the delegation were presented memorial shields by the AJK President.

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