Islamabad, November 06 (KMS): A roundtable conference was held at the office of All Parties Hurriyat Conference Azad Jammu and Kashmir chapter in Islamabad, today, in connection with the martyrdom anniversary of Jammu martyrs.
APHC-AJK chapter Convener Mahmood Ahmed Saghar chaired the conference while AJK Jamaat-e-Islami leader Abdul Rasheed Tarabi was chief guest. Farzana Yaqoob, Raja Najabat Hussain, Ghulam Nabi Butt, Raja Parvez and a delegation of Occupied Kashmir Journalists Association (OKJA) also participated in the function.
The speakers on the occasion paid tributes to the Jammu martyrs and said the Kashmiri people are observing the day with a renewed resolve to continue the martyrs’ mission until their inalienable right, the right to self-determination, is secured.
Speakers and Hurriyat leaders said that the brutal army of India and the cruel soldiers of Dogra Maharaja Hari Singh had committed atrocities to deprive the Kashmiri people of their right. They said that the Jammu martyrs sacrificed their lives for a great cause and their unprecedented sacrifices would never be forgotten.
They said that the present Kashmir freedom movement is peacefully carrying forward the mission of martyrs and would be accomplished at all costs. They said the day is not far when the Kashmiri people will be freed from the slavery of India and decide their future.
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Speakers and Hurriyat leaders said unless the Kashmir dispute is resolved according to the will of the Kashmiri people and the resolutions of the United Nations, permanent peace cannot be established in South Asia.
They appealed to the international community to play its role in stopping the genocide of Kashmiris by India and for a just solution to the lingering Kashmir dispute.
Meanwhile, a seminar and rally were organized by Pasban-e-Hurriyat Jammu Kashmir in Muzaffarabad, today, to pay tributes to the Jammu martyrs of November 6, 1947.
A large number of people, including leaders of various political and religious parties and elders of civil society participated in the seminar and rally.
Former Prime Minister Raja Farooq Haider Khan, Chairman of Pasban-e-Hurriyat Jammu and Kashmir Uzair Ahmed Ghazali, freedom-loving leaders Mushtaq-ul-Islam, Usman Ali Hashim, Dr Muhammad Manzoor, political leaders Shaukat Javed Mir, Javed Ahmed Mughal, refugee leaders Bilal Ahmad Farooqui, Muhammad Aslam Ingilabi Chaudhry Muhammad Mushtaq, Raja Sajeed Khan, Muhammad Sadiq Butt, Chaudhry Nazir Ahmad Saani, Raja Gulzarin, Parvez Durrani, Liaquat Ali Rana and Tanveer Ahmad Durrani addressing the seminar said that in November 1947, Dogra and Indian soldiers and RSS extremists brutally killed tens of thousands of Muslims in Jammu
They said that the massacre of Jammu people after the Second World War was the worst act in human history in which nearly two and a half lakh Muslims were killed and thousands of children and women were abducted.
The speakers said that the massacre of 6th November 1947 is a black mark on human values. The purpose of the massacre of the Muslims of Jammu was to turn the Muslim population of Jammu into a minority.
They demanded of the United Nations, the world community and international human rights organizations to bring the Indian rulers and their terrorist organizations to justice for the massacre of Jammu and the killing of over 100,000 civilians after 1989.
The speakers paid tribute to the Jammu martyrs and said that their great sacrifices would always be remembered. They also pledged to continue the mission of Kashmiri martyrs till taking it to its logical conclusion.
APHC-AJK leader Altaf Ahmed Butt in his statement in Islamabad, paying tributes to the Jammu martyrs, reiterated the Kashmiris’ resolve to carry on the martyrs’ mission till they achieve their inalienable right to self-determination.
He said that the people of Kashmiri would never forget the blood and tremendous sacrifices of Kashmiri martyrs who were victims of Indian brutality from 1947 till date.
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