Islamabad: Speakers at a seminar on Kashmir held in Islamabad, Pakistan on Thursday in a resolution appealed to the United Nations to fulfil its responsibility of holding plebiscite in Jammu and Kashmir under its supervision in accordance with its resolutions on Kashmir.
The seminar was organized by the All Parties Hurriyat Conference in collaboration with the Kashmir Media Service.
In a statement, it said, the speakers urged all international bodies including the UN and human rights organisations to mount pressure on India to stop human rights violations in Kashmir, release all illegally detained Hurriyat leaders, repeal black laws and settle the Kashmir dispute for ensuring permanent peace in the region.
The resolution also expressed serious concern over the rape and murder of 8- year old-girl in Hirangar in Kathua district.
The speakers, “denounced the tactics being employed by India to force the Muslim population in Jammu to migrate from the region and said that the UN has a responsibility to stop human rights violations and the Kashmiris’ systematic “genocide” by the forces.”
The speakers also referred to the findings of reports of investigating organizations in the wake of discovery of unnamed and unmarked mass graves in Kashmir.
The resolution urged the UN and other relevant international fora to “investigate all massacres, fake encounters, forced disappearances, wilful blinding of youth with the use of pellet guns”.
The resolution demanded of the government of Pakistan and its political parties to adopt a proactive approach on Kashmir.