Islamabad: Special Assistant to Pakistan Prime Minister for Human Rights and Women Empowerment, Mushaal Hussein Mullick, has said that the non-resolution of the Kashmir dispute could trigger a third world war and urged the international powers to play a role in that regard.
She was addressing as Chief Guest a ceremony organized in Islamabad today (Tuesday) by Islamabad Chamber of Commerce and Industry in connection with the Kashmir Solidarity Day.
Mushaal said that Kashmir Solidarity Day served as a reminder that the people of Jammu and Kashmir were not alone in their struggle against the Indian illegal occupation. She described the people of Jammu and Kashmir as a barrier against Modi’s attempts to create an Akhand Bharat.
The Special Assistant characterized the Hindutva regime of India and the Zionist regime of Israel as significant threats to world peace. She asserted that both Modi and Netanyahu were in a race, with Modi pursuing a brutal genocide in Kashmir and Netanyahu in Palestine.
Mushaal pointed out that India was actively altering the demographics of illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK) by indiscriminately granting Kashmiri domiciles to non-Kashmiris. She expressed concern about the eradication of Muslim heritage by the Modi government. She urged the international community to intervene and play a role in the settlement of the Kashmir dispute in accordance with the UN resolutions.
She said that a Kashmir Committee had been formed in the PM Secretariat to develop a long term strategic plan on Kashmir for the government.
Islamabad Chamber of Commerce and Industries (ICCI), President, Ahsan Zafar Bakhtawari said Kashmir Centers were being set up in Universities and Kashmir Cause was being highlighted at district levels. He said Pakistan stood with the people of occupied Kashmir and would continue to provide them moral and diplomatic support till the time they achieved their right to self-determination.
President Islamabad High Court Bar, Naveed Malik, Ajmal Baloch, Rana Muhammad Akram, Rana Saeed Doshi, Ms Nasira Ali and others also spoke on the occasion and called for the resolution of the Kashmir dispute as per the aspirations of the Kashmiri people.