Sultan calls for resumption of India-Pakistan talks for early peaceful solution of Kashmir issue:

Sultan calls for resumption of India-Pakistan talks for early peaceful solution of Kashmir issue:
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MIRPUR (AJK): Chief of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf ( PTI Kashmir chapter and Ex AJK Prime Minister Barrister Sultan Mahmood Chaudhry here called upon the international community to help resolve Kashmir problem through resumption of meaningful India-Pak talks without further delay. He sought intervention of international community exerting pressure on India to resume the meaningful dialogue with Pakistan.

PTI Kashmir Chief he was addressing the members of Mirpur District Bar Association on return from the recent tour to various foreign countries where he had gone to raise the importance of early peaceful settlement of Kashmir problem.

The Bar's President Ch. Abdul Aziz Pothi Advocate and other office bearers of the Association also addressed the ceremony.

Seeking the early resumption of India-Pakistan composite dialogue to peacefully resolve all differences especially the core issue of Jammu and Kashmir, Barrister Sultan Mahmood urged India to give matching response to Pakistan's peace-loving approach and persistent desire for the early peaceful resolution of the core issue of Kashmir through dialoque.

He strongly condemned the increased human rights abuses in Indian Held Kashmir at the hands of the indian occupational forces. Kashmir freedom struggle, he said, has reached at the decisive stage – since the people of occupied Jammu Kashmir are fully determined to get the motherland liberated from the forced and unlawful Indian rule.

Sultan said that during his recent visit to Britain and various other European countries, he found a positive response of the international community vis-a-vis early peaceful settlement of the global Kashmir problem for emergence of ever lasting durable peace in South Asia. He said that he would continue raising the Kashmir question at international level as maximum as possible to muster the sympathies of the comity of nations for the early settlement of the Kashmir issue for emergence of everlasting peace in the region.

Barrister Sultan said that India seemed not serious and sincere in resolving Kashmir issue through peaceful means. He underlined that the tragic incidents of Indian atrocities and human rights violations by over seven lakh Indian troops against the innocent freedom-loving people in Occupied Jammu Kashmir were being increased rapidly.

The world community, he urged, shall have to take serious notice of the Indian intransigence towards the peaceful settlement of Kashmir issue and the human rights abuses in the bleeding occupied valley, he added.

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