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Incumbent govt pleads Kashmir issue at Int’l forums effectively: Fakhar

Incumbent govt pleads Kashmir issue at Int’l forums effectively: Fakhar
November 24, 2019
MULTAN (92 News) – Kashmir Committee Chairman Syed Fakhar Imam has said that the incumbent government has pleaded the Kashmir issue on international forums in an effective manner on Sunday. Speaking to the journalists, he said Prime Minister Imran Khan – in his address to the UN General Assembly (UNGA) – effectively highlighted the Kashmir issue. Fakhar Imam said he himself recently attended the meeting of 179-member International Parliamentary Union and presented the Kashmir issue. The chairman said he also raised Kashmir issue in the speakers’ conference held in Istanbul. Six countries including China, Russia, Iran, Turkey, Afghanistan and Pakistan attended the conference. He said Pakistan’s stance on Kashmir is based on reality and justice and hopefully Kashmiris would soon get relief. He also expressed the hope that international community will play its due role in convincing Modi government to stop human rights abuses in occupied Kashmiris at the hands of Indian occupation forces. on the other hand, in occupied Kashmir, there is no change in the situation in the Kashmir valley and parts of Jammu region on the 112th day of siege, military lockdown and internet ban imposed by India since 5th August. Restrictions under Article 144 continue to remain enforced in Srinagar and other parts of the territory particularly around the historic Jamia Masjid since August 4. All gates of historic Jamia masjid are closed. Jamia market is also closed. Additional troops are deployed outside the masjid and a bullet proof vehicle is deployed outside the main gate from Nowhatta side. The troops are also deployed in the masjid compound from Gojwara side to ensure that no one could enter the Masjid for prayers. Business and other activities are suspended with shops and business establishments closed in main business hubs of Lal Chowk, Civil Lines, Batmaloo and down town. The ban on internet, text messaging and prepaid mobile connections remains in force and the restoration of some communications, such as landline phones and postpaid mobile services, could not provide any respite to the people.  
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