International community urged to play role in stopping Indian atrocities in IHK

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International community urged to play role in stopping Indian atrocities in IHK

ISLAMABAD, Jul 20 (APP):Speaker National Assembly Sardar Ayaz Sadiq Wednesday urged international community to play role in stopping Indian atrocities against innocent Kashmiris in occupied valley.

In his Black Day message, he said the issue of Kashmir was an incomplete agenda of United Nations and peaceful resolution of the issue is imperative in accordance with the resolutions of United Nations Security Council (UNSC).

The speaker asked international community to play its due role in resolving the issue of Kashmir as per commitments of India.

International community should also ensure ending cruelties
against Kashmiri women, children and granting them right of self determination.

The speaker expressed his resolve to continue political,
ethical, diplomatic support of Kashmiris in accordance with wishes of Kashmiris.

The speaker expressing sympathies with the families of the
martyred in the held valley said that Pakistani Parliament and people were with them in their testing time. He assured raising the issue of Kashmir at international fora effectively.

Meanwhile, Deputy Speaker of National Assembly Murtaza Javed Abbasi condemned the Indian atrocities in occupied Kashmir saying that the sacrifices of Kashmiris would not go waste.

He said Kashmiris were offering sacrifices for winning the
right to self determination since last six decades. The voice of Kashmiris could not be suppressed through such cruelties. He stressed resolving the issue of Kashmir in accordance with the resolutions of UN.

Deputy Speaker also protested against Indian atrocities by
wearing black arm bands in connection with Black Day being observed on Wednesday across the country as well as Kashmir. The staff of National Assembly also performed their duties by wearing black arm bands.