Former Norwegian PM raises strong voice over Indian atrocities in Occupied Kashmir

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Former Norwegian PM raises strong voice over Indian atrocities in Occupied Kashmir

OSLO: The international pressure is gradually building up on India on the issue of the occupied Kashmir as more and more international organisations and international leaders are slamming India over atrocities in Occupied Kashmir.

In one such new development, the former Norwegian Prime Minister Kjell Magne Bondevik said that the plight of Kashmiris living in Indian-occupied-Kashmir should end now.

Speaking at a seminar on Kashmir organised by his organisation Oslo Center in the capital city of Norway, Bondevik expressed hope that the Kashmir dispute would be resolved soon.

"We have deep interest in the issues existing in the region, including the problem of Kashmiris," he added.

The seminar was also addressed by Mushal Malick, spouse of famous Kashmiri leader Mohammad Yasin Malik, and Professor of Political Science Uppsala University Sten Widmalm.

The former Norwegian Prime Minister appreciated the efforts of Mushal Malick on Kashmir issue and said, “I have been already impressed by the outstanding role of Benazir Bhutto and Malala Yousafzai, the two prominent of ladies for democracy and human rights in Pakistan”.

The seminar was attended by a number of people from different walks of life including researchers and intellectuals.