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UN Human Rights commission report needs implementation in IHK : PM AJK

BRUSSELS:(Parliament Times) Prime Minister of Azad Jammu and Kashmir had hectic activities since his arrival there during Kashmir EU week being observed in Brussels, says a dispatch received here on Saturday.
The Premier called on head of UN human rights for Europe and underscored the need for implementation of recommendations of UN Human Rights Commission report in India held Kashmir.
Mr. Haider inaugurated in the press club Brussels, the exhibition of photos displayed by French Photographer depicting Indian forces atrocities in IHK. He attended important meetings during Kashmir EU Week, effectively highlighting the horrific atrocities and human rights abuses of Indian forces against armless people of Jammu and Kashmir. He also let the attendants know the historic background of Kashmir conflict.
In different sessions of these meetings the Prime Minister emphasized the civilized nations, especially the members of European Parliament to influence India to stop massacre of Kashmiris, struggling for their internationally recognized right to self-determination.
All those participating in Kashmir EU Week meetings praised the role of AJK Prime Minister and said that his briefing on Kashmir to the participants helped them understand the Kashmir issue better. Member EU parliament Sajjad Haider Karim observed that PM Haider vehemently and forcefully highlighted Kashmir issue in Kashmir Week. When the real party (Kashmiris) raise this issue at international level, it draws the attention of European countries, he added.
Another EU member Wajid Khan admitted that the visit of Prime Minister of AJK to Brussels is of great significance. European nations are concerned about the gruesome atrocities and state terrorism of Indian forces against Kashmiris in the held valley, after they were informed the ground realities by AJK Premier, he stated.

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