Lahore: Chief of Jamaat-e-Islami, Siraj-ul-Haq, has expressed regret over the global silence on Kashmir issue.
According to reports, Siraj-ul-Haq has expressed regret over the lack of attention on Indian brutalities against Kashmir people in Indian Occupied Jammu & Kashmir. While addressing a meeting of the JI central leadership at Mansoora, he stated that the UN and the international community have become silent spectators to the worst human rights violations against Kashmiris.
He continued that they have failed to implement the Security Council Resolution that will allow the people of Kashmir their right to self-determination. JI Chief added, that the international body is losing credibility by not advocating against Kashmir’s weak positing under Indian atrocities. Siraj-ul-Haq further argued against the need for the UN, stating what its purpose is if the UN will not stand up for the people of Kashmir.
Moreover, he issued a warning for the world against Indian PM Modi’s fascist regimen which may force the region into a state of war. Reminding the world of its responsibility he added that the war would come at a price of loss of millions of lives. He continued to highlight that nearly three generations of the Kashmiris have rendered countless sacrifices in their quest to get freedom from Indian forces. Siraj-ul-Haq added that a month has passed as Kashmir continues to be under curfew with blocked communication.
The JI Chief continued to discuss the role that government of Pakistan and other global organizations must play by taking practical steps to help free Kashmir from Indian oppression. He went on to say that the UN should deploy a peace army for the Occupied Kashmir. He went on to announce that the Jamaat-e-Islami will organize a “Save Kashmir Rally” in Quetta on the 15th of September.
Additionally, during the meeting the JI also expressed grief over the sudden demise of Mohammad Morsi’s son of Egypt’s late President. They offered prayers for the deceased and offered their condolences for the family of the late, Abdullah Morsi.
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