Jammu, December 11, 2020 (PPI-OT): In Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, APHC leader and the Chairman of Jammu and Kashmir Social Peace Forum (JKSPF), Devinder Singh Behl, has said that the Kashmir dispute should be resolved in accordance with the UN resolutions that have guaranteed the Kashmiris’ right to self-determination.
According to Kashmir Media Service, Devinder Singh Behl addressing a function organized by JKSPF at RS Pura in Jammu in connection with the International Human Rights Day said the dispute over Kashmir is still pending with the UN despite the passage of several decades.
He said the day is observed all over the world to stop human rights violations, however, in IIOJK, the Indian troops are committing massive human rights violations, making the life of the Kashmiris miserable.
Advocate Behl said the only crime of the Kashmiri people is that they demand their right to self-determination. He added that India had forcibly occupied the territory of Jammu and Kashmir and had deployed more than 900,000 troops in the region to continue its illegal hold. He appealed to the international community to help stop the rights violations in the territory.
Dalit leader, Jagdish Bhagat, in his address deplored that at present thousands of people were missing from their homes in IIOJK and a large number of Kashmiris were illegally detained in jails. He urged the international community to take notice of it.
Addressing on the occasion, the JKSPF leader, Chaudhry Asif, asked India and Pakistan to initiate meaningful dialogue for peaceful resolution of the Kashmir dispute to ensure lasting peace in the region. He also expressed solidarity with the farmers in India and said the people of IIOJK are with the Indian farmers in this critical situation.
Darshan Lal Bhagat, Surinder Bhagat, S Kuljit Singh, Imran Chaudhry, Rakesh Kumar, S Harpal Singh, Charan Jeet Singh, Dilbagh Singh, Sukhander Singh, Chuni Lal, Pardeep Singh, Kanail Singh, S Tarlak Singh, S Mahinder Singh, Poran Lal, S Avtar Singh, Muhammad Hussain, Jagjeet Singh, Satnam Singh, Baljeet Singh, Jatender Singh, Soraba Kumar and others were also present on the occasion.
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