Treasury, opposition parliamentarians urge India to stop bloodshed in occupied Kashmir

Dossier on Human Rights Violations in Kashmir handed over to President of UN General Assembly

ISLAMABAD, Oct 10 (APP):Parliamentarians of treasury as well as opposition parties Monday unanimously urged India to stop bloodshed in Indian Occupied valley of Jammu and Kashmir.

Talking to APP on Monday, Ameer Jamaat-e-Islami Senator Siraj-ul-Haq said need of the hour was that all political parties should raise collective voice against Indian forces’ brutal use of force against innocent people of Indian Occupied Kashmir.

He said International community should play role to help resolve Kashmir issue which had been lingering for decades.

Pakistan Threek-i-Insaf Leader Ali Muhammad Khan said that India should stop human right violations in India Occupied Kashmir.

He said India was using brutal force against innocent people of Indian Occupied Kashmir which is threat to peace of South Asia.

He said PTI always supported the government for Kashmir cause and collective demand of political parties is good example of unity.

Pakistan Muslim League (Nawaz) Leader MNA Tehmina Daultana said that Kashmir is one of the oldest internationally recognized unresolved disputes on the agenda of the United Nations Security Council.

She said International Community should come forward to resolve the issue of Kashmir and India is using force against innocent Kashmir people.

Pakistan Peoples Party Leader MNA Shazia Marri said that Kashmir issue should be resolved according to wishes of Kashmiri people.

She said that Kashmir freedom movement could not be stopped by Indian forces and it is bound to succeed.

Minister of State for Capital Administration and Development Division (CADD) Dr Tariq Fazal Chaudhry said under the leadership of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, his party’s government has taken up Kashmir issue at all international forums and asked international community to put pressure on India for resolving the lingering dispute.