APHC reacts to Indian plans of Soldier Colony in Occupied Kashmir

ISLAMABAD, May 14 (APP): APHC leader and the Chairman of Kashmir Freedom Front (KFF), Syed Bashir Andrabi, has opposed the soldier colony for retired Indian soldiers.

Syed Bashir Andrabi addressing a public gathering at Dogripora in

Pulwama said that it was a ploy of the Indian government and its puppets in

the territory to change the demographic composition of the


"Jammu and Kashmir is a Muslim majority territory with disputed

status. India wants to make entry for non-state subjects to permanently

settle here to change the demography of the region," he added.

Syed Bashir Andrabi lauded the Pakistan's Permanent Representative in

the UN, Maleeha Lodhi, for raising the Kashmir dispute in the World


He said that Pakistan had always supported the Kashmir cause and

expressed the hope that it would continue its moral, political and diplomatic support to the Kashmiris' freedom movement, Kashmir media service


He appealed to the UN to take serious notice of the human rights

violations perpetrated by Indian troops in the occupied territory and initiate measures for resolving the lingering dispute in accordance with the Kashmiris'aspirations.

He also condemned banning of APHC seminar in Srinagar by the