Peace In SA Impossible Without Kashmir Settlement: Ali Gilani

Peace in SA impossible without Kashmir settlement: Ali Gilani

ISLAMABAD,(Pakistan Point News - APP - 3rd Augst,2016) The Chairman of All Parties Hurriyet Conference,Syed Ali Gilani, has said that it is due to the countless and precious sacrifices of the Kashmiri people that the world is today showing its concerns regarding the burning Kashmir issue. According to KMS, Ali Gilani in a statement while addressing the participating members of the two-day conference of the interior ministers of SAARC countries being held in Islamabad from Wednesday said that peace in South Asia was impossible without the dignified and permanent resolution of the Kashmir dispute according to the wishes of the Kashmiri people.

"It is moral responsibility of world leaders to help in saving innocent human lives in Kashmir and they should impress upon India to cooperate in holding referendum in Jammu and Kashmir," he added. The APHC Chairman praised the government and people of Pakistan over their complete solidarity with the Kashmiris' ongoing freedom struggle. He said that the entire Pakistani nation was pained by the killing of Kashmiri children at the hands of Indian occupational forces.

"Not only in the country but the Pakistani people present anywhere in the world are acting as ambassadors of Kashmir and are highlighting the Indian atrocities against the Kashmiri unarmed people," he said. Syed Ali Gilani also appealed to Pakistan government to come to the rescue of the large number of injured persons in the occupied territory who are on the verge of losing their eyesight and the walking abilities for the entire life. He appealed to the people particularly youth of occupied Kashmir to play a leading role in the freedom struggle and don't give anybody a chance to defame their just and sacred movement. He asked them to follow the protest programme announced by the joint pro-freedom leadership with discipline and "don't let the Indian agencies to create any confusion or disorder".