Addressing the ceremony, Justice (r) Abdul Majeed Mallick emphasized upon Pakistan to immediately take up Kashmir
issue at the United Nations Security Council for ensuring settlement of the much delayed Kashmir
issue without any further delay.
take up Kashmir
issue in the United Nations Security Council for ensuring the settlement of the much delayed Kashmir
issue without further delay.
People of Kashmir
feel Pakistan has been ruling over us through the Kashmir
International media has broken its silence; Kashmir
gets unprecedented coverage since Wani's murder.
The speakers of other rallies said Kashmir
was an incomplete agenda of sub-continent's partition, the tension between Pakistan and India would never end until the Kashmir
issue was resolved.
Hence the constitutional relationship between Kashmir
and India is temporary.
The people of Jammu and Kashmir
have made it clear that they would secure their right to self-determination and freedom under all circumstances, he said.
You underestimate your political clout and what you can do for the Kashmir
cause', he said.
PU Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Mujahid Kamran, senior journalist from Indian Occupied Kashmir
Murtaza Shibli, Director CSAS Dr Umbreen Javed, faculty members and a large number of students were present on the occasion.
Incidentally, two of the banned books have been written by Mohammad Maqbool Bhat, founder of pro- Independence Jammu Kashmir
Liberation Front ( JKLF).
The Azad Jammu and Kashmir
Council, however, has exclusive legislative and executive authority over matters included in the 'Council Legislative List' which comprises the subjects that, under the Constitution of Pakistan, belong to the federation.
Last January, top Tehrik-e-Taliban (TTP) Pakistan leader Wali Ur Rehman, in a rare video appearance, pledged to send fighters to Kashmir
, claiming that the Jihad launched by the Pakistani government inside Kashmir
has failed to yield the desired result.
The fight over Kashmir
had been going on for decades by the time I got seriously involved in the mid-1990s.
Hundreds of thousands of Indian and Pakistani troops were mobilized along their border and the Line of Control in Kashmir
Such is the day-to-day savagery in Kashmir
, the Himalayan region where control is split between Pakistan and India.