Civil Society Forum of Pakistan stages protest rally against Indian atrocities in IHK

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MUZAFFARABAD, July 17 (APP): The Civil Society Forum of
Pakistan here on Sunday staged a protest rally against the Indian atrocities in Indian Held Kashmir (IHK).

The speakers on this occasion strongly condemned the Indian atrocities in Indian Held Kashmir unleashed by Indian brutal forces and called upon the UN and five Vito powers to intervene on Kashmir issue and pressurize India for implementation of UN resolutions as per the wishes of Kashmiri people and also stop India from its
continued massacre and genocide of Kashmiri people.

The speakers demanded the government of Pakistan to speed up its diplomatic efforts all over the world and unveil the Indian so called secular and democratic face and highlight the Kashmir issue and inform the world community about the recent Indian atrocities and gross human rights violations perpetuating against innocent Kashmiri people by its tyrannical forces in IHK.

The speakers denounced the continued curfew imposed by local puppet administration for the last consecutive 10 days which badly paralyzed the day to day life of the people due to shortage of medicine and necessary commodities and asked India to stop terrorizing Kashmiri people by using heinous tactics.

On this occasion, the Civil Society Forum of Pakistan passed
a resolution and demanded the world community not to become silent spectators and move forward and take serious note of Indian brutalities in IHK and send their representatives in the held state to witness the recent gross human violations.

The resolutions also demanded the government of Pakistan to remain in touch with APHC leadership to evolve the strategy with their consultation for resolving the Kashmir issue amicably.

Members of Civil Society Forum of Pakistan including Admiral
(Retd) Fasih Bukhari, Major (Retd) Ghulam Sarwar, Pundit Chundun Lal, Maria Iqbal Tarana and leaders of (APHC) AJK Chapter including Ghulam Muhammad Safi, Mushtaq Ul Islam, Muhammad Farooq Rehmani and others also spoke on this occasion.