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Civil society call upon Int'l community to play role in resolving Kashmir issue.

DERA ISMAIL KHAN:People from across the society on Friday held protest rally and strongly condemned

atrocities of the Indian forces against innocent Kashmiris, urging the

international community to play role for resolving the issues and stop the

Indian atrocities in occupied Kashmir.

The protest rally started from GPO to Topanwala and the protesters including

political workers, lawyers, students and trade unions were chanting slogans against the

Indian government for its illegal occupation of the Kashmir valley and urging

the world organizations and international community to play part for resolving

the conflict in accordance with wishes of the Kashmir people under the UN resolutions.

The speakers said Indian state and armed forces were committing external judicial

killings of innocent and unarmed people in Kashmir valley but the international community

stood onlooker.

They said Indian state was committing genocide in the Occupied Kashmir and innocent

Kashmiris had been subjected to barbaric acts.

They said that people of Kashmir would continue their struggle for achieving right to

self-determination despite odds, adding it was genuine demand of Kashmiri people

for right to self determination.

They said India could not suppress indigenous struggle in Kashmir valley in which millions

of Kashmir people laid their lives for the just cause of independence.

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Publication:Daily the Pak Banker (Lahore, Pakistan)
Geographic Code:9INDI
Date:Apr 7, 2018
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