India grossly violating human rights in Kashmir


Bahawalpur: A one-day seminar on the Changing Dynamics of South Asia and Pakistani Perspective was held at the department of Political Science, the Islamia University of Bahawalpur.

Vice Chancellor Engr. Prof. Dr. Athar Mahboob, Dean Faculty of Social Sciences, Prof. Dr. Rubina Bhatti and Chairman Department of Political Science, Prof. Dr. Syed Mussawar Hussain Bukhari attended the event. Dr. Safdar Hussain, Assistant Professor moderated the seminar. Professor Dr. Amir Ali Chandio, Chairman Department of Political Science, Shah Abdul Latif Bhitai University Sindh Jamshoro, Prof. Dr. Shuja Ahmad Mahesar, Director Pakistan Study Centre, University of Sindh, and Dr. Muhammad Azhar. Assistant Professor Department of Political Science and IR Government College University Faisalabad were the keynote speakers.

Prof. Amir Ali Chandio delivered a lecture on the separatist movement in South Asia. He said that many separatist movements are taking place in the South Asian region. He also discussed separatism in the East Indian states where India is lacking in amalgamating those states into the Indian union.

He said that India was grossly violating human rights in Kashmir. Prof. Mahesar said that the situation in Afghanistan was intense, and that Pakistan could not afford instability in Afghanistan. Dr. Muhammad Azhar examined the impact of the United States withdrawal from Afghanistan. Dr. Azhar stated Afghanistan’s condition is unpredictable and Pakistan would suffer as a result of the country’s instability.

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