Anti-India demonstration held in Muzaffarabad


MUZAFFARABAD, July 27 (APP): Anti India demonstration was held in AJK capital Muzaffarabad Wednesday and demonstrators carrying banners, posters and placards in their hands inscribed with different demands and seeking attention of UN Security Council, world community, human rights organizations, OIC, international media and other world forums to take stalk of recent state terrorism
in Indian Held Kashmir unleashing upon innocent Kashmiri people by Indian occupied forces.

The demonstrators also chanted anti-India slogans and
displayed the photographs of victims who have lost their eye sights by pellet gun firing of Indian brutal forces.

The different political, social, religious, human rights
organizations and other walks of life people attended the protest rally.

The Speakers on the occasion demanded of the government of Pakistan to halt Srinagar-Muzaffarabad Bus service and trade in wake of the Indian propaganda as India was giving perception to outside world that everything in IHK was going normal.

The speakers asked the UN Security Council to stop Indian
repression in IHK and implement its resolutions and let Kashmiri people to decide their future and called upon the world community to take serious notice of deteriorating situation of Kashmir and move forward and force India to take concrete steps towards the amicable settlement of Kashmiri issue as it enshrined in UN resolutions.

Besides others, the Chairman Pasban-e-Hurriet Jammu and
Kashmir (PHJK) Aziz Ahmed Ghazali, Vice Chairman International Forum for Justice and Human Rights Mushtaq Ul Islam, Ex-MLA Mehrun Nisa ,Noorullah advocate ,Hafiz Bilal,Mayirah Nisar and Dawood Khan also spoke on the occasion.

Later, the rally comprising men, women and children marched towards the UN Observer office and staged protest against the silence of UN and demanded that UN should break its silence and take strict action against Indian state terrorism by following its charted.

The chairman PHJK also presented a Memorandum to UN
Observer office on this occasion.