NUST Arranges Seminar On “Indian-Occupied Jammu & Kashmir’s Destiny: Freedom From Indian Oppression”

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With the end goal of remembering the Right to Self-Determination Day, watched worldwide by Kashmiris on January 5, and to communicating solidarity with them, NUST Institute of Policy Studies (NIPS) sorted out a workshop on “Indian-Occupied Kashmir’s Destiny: Freedom from Indian Oppression,” at the college’s principal grounds.

The class planned for delivering a portion of the key parts of the Kashmir issue and the direction that it might observer later on.

In his introductory statements, Pro-Rector NUST, Maj Gen Jahangir Khan (Retd), accentuated that the current year’s remembrance of Kashmiris’ unavoidable right to self-assurance featured the awful actuality that India’s persecution of Kashmiris had expanded complex in the wake of the barbaric lockdown and attack of a large number of Kashmiris that followed India’s obnoxious repudiation of Article 370 of its own constitution.

He said this in a general sense illicit Indian endeavor at addition damaged the UN goals as well as served to feature the way that the Indian-Occupied Jammu and Kashmir was a contested area requiring critical and just goals.

Mr. Afrasiab Mehdi Hashmi Qureshi, previous Ambassador of Pakistan to Bangladesh, Bhutan and New Zealand, and writer of a few books on international strategy, set that India has transformed from mainstream to an irreversible ideologically extremist nation. Given his experience as a lifelong representative, Ambassador Qureshi situated the Kashmir body of evidence against the setting of the aggregate retention of Hindutva precept into the Indian power stance and brutalities in Kashmir.

Mr. Ahmer Bilal Soofi, a prominent legitimate master and previous government overseer serve for Law and Justice, Parliamentary Affairs and Human Rights, reflected noteworthy aspects of the UN goals and possibilities of quiet goals of Kashmir issue. He said that this case is interesting as the UN Charter of 1945 had denoted the certainty of states’ outskirts, therefore the impediments of self-assurance.

Mr. Ali Shah, Head of Research at NIPS, featured the requirement for Pakistan to accomplish rapid and complete improvement with the goal that the general favorable condition could be made in which the feasible goals of Kashmir’s question would be looked for. The occasion was directed by Dr. Ashfaque Hasan Khan, DG NIPS and Principal School of Social Sciences and Humanities, NUST, and was gone to by researchers, Government authorities, Ambassadors, media people, NUST staff and understudies.

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