Srinagar: The Jammu & Kashmir Socio-Economic Coordination Committee (JKSECC) Tuesday said the amalgam has sent a letter to the United Nations Secretary General, who is on a three-day visit to India.
“JKCECC has sent a letter to the UNSG for a meet to appraise him about the situation in Kashmir,” the amalgam said in a statement.
“We need not to explain and express ourselves that we have been suffering for last 71 years, and permit us to say that the international community having full knowledge about the Kashmir Dispute is ignoring it,” the letter said.
“We feel that this could be opportune time, while you are in India that we could explain to you our sufferings and agony, which can be addressed by the immediate resolution of Kashmir Dispute. Therefore, there is a need of having a meeting with you where we can discuss the issue,” it further said.
“We humbly request you to grant us an audience at New Delhi,” the letter said,
“or if you could spare time to visit us in Kashmir so that you will hear us and take it as a first-hand information from ground zero and understand how important it is for the international community to address the Kashmir dispute for global peace.”