ISLAMABAD, Jan 31 (APP):To express solidarity the people of Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IoK) the Embassy of Pakistan in Brussels would observe Solidarity Week commencing from Friday (February 1, 2019).
In this connection the Embassy has organized a conference on Friday at the Press Club Brussels. It has also arranged a photographic exhibition of Human Rights Violations in Kashmir at its premises, which will continue for one week, a message received here from Brussels on Thursday said.
Several activities will be organized by the Pakistani community residing in Belgium and Luxembourg during the week. 5th February is observed as Kashmir solidarity Day by the people of Pakistan, within the country as well as abroad.
In the conference, to be held on 1st February, members of EU and Belgian parliaments, human rights activists and scholars will highlight the struggle of people of Kashmir for the right to self-determination.
The Indian forces of occupation have been committing atrocities to suppress this struggle for the last 70 years which has resulted in human rights violations of worst kind in the Indian occupied Jammu and Kashmir.
On 15th December 2018 , Indian occupation forces once again unleashed a horrific blood bath in the Indian occupied Kashmir , martyring more than 14 innocent civilians and injuring over 300 protestors in Pulwama including a 13 year old student of 8th grade Aqib Bhat.
In view of deteriorating situation in Indian occupied Kashmir the Foreign Minister of Pakistan wrote letters to the UN Secretary General, OIC Secretary General and the UN High Commissioner of Human Rights asking for the urgent establishment of the OHCHR commission of Inquiry.