Srinagar: The Pakistan-based chapters of Hurriyat Conference (G) and Hurriyat Conference Jammu and Kashmir on Sunday jointly held a protest sit-in outside the office of the United Nations Military Observer Group in India and Pakistan (UNMOGIP) in Islamabad, reports said.
The participants of the protest on the occasion paid rich tributes to the martyrs of July 13, 1931 and said that their mission would be accomplished at all costs.
They appealed the international human rights organisations to help stop human rights abuses in Kashmir and play an effective role in peaceful settlement of the dispute.
The participants urged India to “read the writing on the wall” and grant the people of Kashmir their inalienable right to self-determination, as acknowledged by the United Nations.
The leaders also asked Pakistan not to show any flexibility on the Kashmir dispute and ensure participation of the genuine Kashmiri leadership in talks over Kashmir.
Those who attended the protest included Ghulam Muhammad Safi, Mehmood Ahmad Sagar, Ghulam Nabi Nowshehri, Abdul Majeed Mir, Altaf Hussain Wani, Advocate Pervez Ahmad, Syed Muzaffar Shah, Sultan Butt, Abdul Hameed Lone, Noor-ul-Bari, Sarwar Hussain, Adeel Mushtaq Wani, Engineer Mehmood, Shamim Shawl and Rafiq Ahmad Dar.
Meanwhile, a seminar was organised by Hurriyat (M) in Islamabad. The seminar was addressed by Ghulam Nabi Nowshehri, Sardar Sagheer Chughtai, and Shaikh Tajamul-ul-Islam. The speakers on the occasion threw light on the challenges to the Kashmir dispute with the installation of Modi-led government in New Delhi, reports said.
Those who attended the seminar included Shaikh Abdul Mateen, Saleem Haroon, Malik Abdul Majeed, Mehood Hussain, Altaf Ahmad Butt, Hasan-al-Bana and others.