S. A Haidri,
Muzaffarabad (Parliament Times): Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) protest sit in continued on 9th day at Jaskol near Chinari. United Nations representatives are going to talk with the protestors in Muzaffarabad Wednesday.
Protesters were on hunger strike demanding incumbent government of Azad Jammu and Kashmir open the main road lead toward Srinagar.
Spokes person of JKLF Rafiq Dar said that no any law restrict the people of Kashmir to cross Line fo Control, “We are free to move anywhere in Jammu and Kashmir and it’s our right being a state subject holder” he said.
He maintained that our demands are to present our resolutions to United Nations mission in Kashmir besides representatives of P5 members.
“our brethren in Indian Occupied Kashmir are suffering Indian atrocities under lockdown and continuous Curfew since 5 August” Rafiq Dar said.
“we have given the deadline of hunger strike till Wednesday, if government does not open the obstacles then we will be compelled to break these obstacles” Dar added.
Moreover, the diplomatic representatives of JKLF presented 50 resolutions to UN seeking their attention towards Kashmir issue.
UN headquarters directed their representatives in Islamabad to go to Muzaffarabad and talk to protestors.
JKLF Spokesperson invited the heads of all political parties to join them in Dialogue session with UN to show the unity to the world the Kashmiri are on one page pertaining to Kashmir freedom of movement.
JKLF started their March on 4th October from Bhimber and marched towards Muzaffarabad and then they reached to LOC near Jiskol about 6 Kilometers from LOC where they sat and now started hunger strike demanding federal and state governments to fulfill their demands