Islamabad (7th Sept, 2019): Business community in a meeting at the Islamabad Chamber of Commerce & Industry (ICCI) expressed concern over the continued lock down in Indian Occupied Kashmir.
According to reports, local business community in a meeting at the ICCI has expressed concern over the continued lockdown and atrocities against Kashmiris in Indian administered Jummu & Kashmir following the recent revocation of Article 370. As per reports, they have confirmed commitment to stand by the people of Kashmir so they may get succeed in becoming free from Indian oppression.
President ICCI, Ahmed Hassan, has urged the business community to voice its opinions on the matter at every forum and to condemn the atrocities of Indian troops in Kashmir so as to expose the true face of India in the global market. On the occasion, he reiterated that the curfew imposed in Kashmir has lasted over 32 days due to which the people are having to face great difficulties. Ahmed Hassan further called upon the international community to play its role pivotal for the resolution of Indian Occupied Kashmir. Additionally, he cautioned the members about the worsening conditions in Kashmir which will heavily impact the whole world.
He further addressed the issue of shortage of food and medicine being faced by the habitats of the valley, adding that the situation is not only causing major losses to businesses but adding to the already heaped miseries of the people of Kashmir. President ICCI, consequently called upon Indian authorities to stop the inhumane practices being carried out against Kashmiris irrespective of age or gender, as it would lead to escalated tensions and pose a threat to peace in the South Asian region.
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