'Pak-India good ties impossible sans Kashmir issue resolution'

Esther Moore
February 6, 2018

Protest rally was held at Public Park in Sibi on Kashmir Solidarity Day under the leadership of the district chairman, Malik Qayem udin Dheyal against the oppression of Kashmiri brothers. Saeed said he would dedicate 2018 to "Kashmiris who are struggling for freedom".

He said the dream of peace and prosperity in the region will remain elusive without resolving the Kashmir dispute.

He said this in his message at the eve of Kashmir Solidarity Day to be commemorated across Pakistan and Azad Jammu and Kashmir on February 5 to express solidarity with the Kashmiri brethren, said a press release.

Pakistan has called on the global community to pressure India to end its brutalities and gross human rights violations in the occupied Kashmir. Pakistani leaders as well as forces personnel always have an eye out for the Kashmiris.

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He said that the Parliament of Pakistan is fully committed for peaceful resolution of Kashmir Issue and has passed number of resolutions against the atrocities of Indian Armed Forces in Occupied Kashmir and for rights of self-determination of people of held valley in accordance with resolutions of United Nations Security Councils.

Pakistan's prime minister has pledged his government's continued support for the struggle of the people of Kashmir, saying the residents of the divided Himalayan region have rendered great sacrifices in their fight for freedom, which can not be suppressed.

Kashmiris considered themselves Pakistani and wanted to live under the Pakistani flag, he added.

He said that "immediately after such attacks, so-called Kashmiri Rulers and authorities rush to issue statements of condemnation and probes but till now no criminal or assailant has been penalized or even booked".

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